Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie goes to a Cedar Rapids saloon to woo voters ahead of Monday's Iowa caucuses. Diane Hodges reports.
Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie has been polling in the single digits, but that isn't stopping his campaign. The New Jersey governor is holding a series of town hall meetings in Iowa, ahead of Monday's closely-watched caucus. At the Chrome Horse Saloon in Cedar Rapids, he said the venue gave him a leg up with voters. (SOUNDBITE)(ENGLISH) CHRIS CHRISTIE, SAYING: "I'll have 8 different town hall meetings in two days and not everyone of them is in a place like this. When you see me in a place like this, within 20-25 minutes, I become smarter and more charming, and better looking, I'm telling you...." Christie will need the help -- polls show him lagging far behind Republican rivals Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz.