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BRAMICK STATEMENT ON CHRISTIE NOMINATIONS
OF BAUMAN AND HANNA TO STATE SUPREME COURT
Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick issued the following statement regarding Governor Chris Christie’s nomination of David Bauman and Robert Hanna to serve as justices on New Jersey’s State Supreme Court:
“Governor Christie has nominated two well-qualified candidates to serve on the court. I am confident they will receive a fair hearing in the Senate and their legal experience and background will result in their confirmation so that we will have a fully staffed Supreme Court.”
Bauman is currently a Superior Court Judge for Monmouth County and Hanna is the President of the N.J. Board of Public Utilities.
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