The domain name belonging to former New Jersey Governor and once US Presidential candidate Chris Christie has expired at Register.com. If the domain name is not renewed within the next several hours, it will be beyond recovery. At that point, the domain name will be auctioned at NameJet and Snapnames for three days, and it will sell to the highest bidder.
According to Screenshots.com, ChrisChristie.com was previously used by Governor Christie for his Presidential campaign website back in 2016. The domain name has been registered under Whois privacy for a number of years, so it is unclear who the registrant was prior to the expiration of the domain name:
On Governor Christie’s Twitter page, there is no website listed. Governor Christie recently spent time in a New Jersey hospital recovering from a Covid-19 coronavirus infection. If he was the domain registrant, it is possible he missed the final renewal emails while recuperating.
At the time of publication, there are 19 bidders at NameJet and an unknown number of bidders at Snapnames. Because many backorders are placed shortly before the deadline, there will likely be dozens of bidders if the domain name is not renewed prior to the deadline. It will be interesting to see how much the market thinks this domain name is worth if it goes to auction.