New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is being shunned by the Conservative Political Action Committee, or CPAC, the big confab held each year with top Republican contenders, according to a report.

The Washington Post reports that a source not authorized to speak on the record for CPAC said Christie has not been invited.

However, CPAC has still not announced its full schedule.

But Christie irked a lot of conservatives in the fall after giving credit to President Obama in wake of Superstorm Sandy.

At the time, Obama was running against GOP challenger Mitt Romney and the timing made Christie political enemies.

Romney is scheduled to appear at CPAC on March 15 in his first public speech since the 2012 election that is likely to possibly touch on the campaign.

Other speakers at the March 14-16 conference include: Romney's running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan of Wisconsin; Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.

But Christie is a glaring omission.