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Chris Christie unveiled the website for his presidential campaign on Saturday morning, officially confirming that he has joined the field of Republican candidates for 2016.

The site, chrischristie.com—which the N.J. governor shared on Twitter and Facebook—boasts a candidate-defining slogan ("Telling it like it is"), a photo of Christie speaking in front of an American flag, email newsletter sign-up fields, and a link to donate to the politician's campaign.

Christie, who many thought would seek the GOP nomination in 2012, was expected to make his announcement at Livingston High School on Tuesday, the Washington Post reports. Hey, if anyone's going to spoil your big unveiling, it might as well be you.

Here's where Christie stands on some of the most important issues of 2016:

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