SEA GIRT, N.J. — Gov. Chris Christie is marking the fourth anniversary of Superstorm Sandy during an event at the Jersey Shore.
The Republican governor is taking part in the New Jersey National Guard's military review event in Sea Girt.
It comes one day after Christie was heckled by protesters during an event in Seaside Heights.
The governor had to temporarily stop speaking about the state's recovery from the massive storm that hit in October 2012.
Christie said 365,000 homes were damaged in the storm, and 1,700 are still uninhabitable.
The protesters contended Christie was inflating the original number of damaged homes. They said he was including properties with just minor damage, in an effort to give the appearance that the recovery had been far more successful than it was.