Source: Campbell up for Spitzer cabinet post

Bradley Campbell, who was James E. McGreevey’s Commissioner of Environmental Protection, is on New York Governor-elect Eliot Spitzer’s short list to head New York’s Department of Environmental Conservation, according to a source with knowledge of Spitzer’s transition. Campbell worked at the White House Council on Environmental Quality and as Region 3 EPA Administrator during the Clinton administration and was living in Pennsylvania when then-Congressman Robert Menendez urged McGreevey to bring him to New Jersey. The 45-year-old Campbell has been a partner at the West Orange law firm of Wolff and Samson since Governor Jon Corzine replaced him last January. Among his law partners is David Samson, who served in the McGreevey cabinet with Campbell and was Attorney General of New Jersey while Spitzer held the post in New York.

Source: Campbell up for Spitzer cabinet post