Christie's Office Gave Less Attention To Mayors Who Didn't Support Governor, Official Said
Credit: Gage Skidmore
April 15, 2014


TRENTON — Mayors considered unfriendly to Gov. Chris Christie were treated less favorably than his allies by staffers inside his office, many of whom moonlighted on his re-election campaign, according to a trove of internal interviews released Monday.

A top liaison between Christie and local officials, Christina Renna, told attorneys reviewing the governor’s office in the wake of the George Washington Bridge scandal that her staff would receive "mandatory directives" to brush off calls.

She said she believed the former head of the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA), Bi...

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