Bergen Record: Select Committee on Investigations wants to talk to 13 more people

The leaders of a legislative panel investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closures want to call 13 more people to provide sworn testimony, including members of Governor Christie’s office and top officials at the Port Authority, according to a report in today’s Bergen Record.

The list includes top political strategist for Christie, Michael DuHaime, Christie’s former chief counsel, Charles McKenna, the director of the unit that oversees independent authorities, Regina Egea, Fort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich; Philippe Danielides, former senior advisor to Port Authority Chairman David Samson; Phillip Kwon, deputy general counsel at the Port Authority; Deb Gramiccioni, former deputy chief of staff in Christie’s office and the current deputy executive director at the Port Authority; Nicole Crifo, former senior counsel in Christie’s Authorities Unit and currently Gramiccioni’s chief of staff; Evan Ridley, an aide to the governor; Christopher Porrino, governor’s chief counsel; Paul Matey, governor’s deputy chief counsel.

The Record’s story can be found here.

Bergen Record: Select Committee on Investigations wants to talk to 13 more people