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Political motives may have closed the NJ Washington bridge

A new poll suggests most New Jersey voters believe Governor Chris Christie should resign if he knew about any political motives in the closures to the George Washington Bridge.   

Some of Christie's top advisers are accused of closing down access lanes to the Country's busiest bridge as an act of political retribution.
A Rasmussen poll found 54-percent of New Jersey voters believe it's 'somewhat likely' Christie was aware of the payback scheme.
    56-percent say if it's proven Christie approved of the act of retaliation, he should resign.
Christie says he did not know about any political motives in the lane closures.