Two days after visiting tornado-ravaged Oklahoma, President Obama traveled to New Jersey on Tuesday to highlight rebuilding efforts in coastal areas damaged during Hurricane Sandy last fall.

Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) toured the Point Pleasant beach boardwalk -- trying their hand at a football toss arcade game -- to highlight progress at a time when communities along the Jersey shore are preparing for the summer tourist season.

Christie must have had the home-field advantage. Obama missed five tries at the game, which involved throwing a football through a tire, before Christie made his only try. The two high-fived.