The inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States was Friday, January 20, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
The inauguration marked the commencement of the four-year term of Donald Trump as President of the United States, with Mike Pence as Vice President of the United States.
Obama was gone January 20, 2017, which was a Friday.
President Trump's 2016 Campaign Iniatives Included:
- Reform the U.S.-China Trade Relationship along with those of Iran and others.
- Protect Second Amendment Rights.
- Enact Immigration Reform.
- Reform Veterans Affairs.
- Reform the Tax Code.
- Reform Health Care.
- Pay for a Border Wall Between the U.S. and Mexico.
- Clean up inner city crime and poverty.
- President Trump promises to Drain the Swamp.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's last day in office is Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018.
Time remaining until Christie is gone: 11.8 months or 360.4 days. The current date/time is Fri Jan 20 2017 [14 hr 55 min]
2017 Dates in NJ Politics
JAN 3 : The 115th Congress begins
JAN 10: Chris Christie delivers his 7th State of the State address
JAN 20: Donald Trump is inaugurated
JAN 23: First voting sessions of year for state Senate and Assembly
JAN 31: Year-end federal campaign finance reports due
FEB 16: New Jersey chamber of commerce train filled with lawmakers, lobbyists, and business people rumbles to Washington once again.
FEB 28: Christie delivers his last budget address
APR 3: Deadline for Democrats and Republicans to declare they are candidates for governor, Legislature
JUN 6: Primary Day
JUN 30: New Jersey budget deadline
JUL 1: Christie departs the Statehouse
AUG 7: Last day for constitutional amendments to get on the ballot
AUG 29: Last day for other ballot questions to get on the ballot
SEP 4: This is when the national press usually discovers the N.J. governor's race
OCT 1: The new federal fiscal year begins.
NOV 7: Election Day
NOV 8: Lame ducks begin
As of December 31, 2016 there were 5,836,592 registered voters in New Jersey including 2,520,657 unaffiliated; 2,081,625 Democrats and 1,215,93 Republicans.
There were a total of 331,071 registered voters in Union County including 147,428 Democrats; 134,109 unaffiliated and 48,484 Republicans.
2017 Governor Election Poll
Garwood Financial Plan