Chris Christie won’t be talking about the public release of e-mails between Governor Jon Corzine and his former girlfriend, CWA President Carla Katz.
“You won’t hear anything about Carla Katz and e-mails out of me and or out of my campaign,” Christie told The Record’s Charles Stile in a ‘back-of-his campaign bus interview last week.’ “There are too many important issues to be discussing than to be discussing that … it’s the governor’s issue. If there is anybody that should be talking about it, it should be him, if he wants to. If he doesn’t, that’s his business. I’m not going to bring it up.”
If Christie keeps to his word and won’t let him campaign talk about the Corzine/Katz e-mails, how will that affect Mark Sheridan, who provides legal advice to the Christie for Governor campaign? Sheridan is also the lawyer for the Republican State Committee and GOP State Chairman Tom Wilson, the plaintiff in the legal battle to release the e-mails.