TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie filed the following direct appointments with the Secretary of State’s Office.
NEW JERSEY COMMISSION ON NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
Reappoint Anthony Campbell, Ph.D. (Lawrenceville, Mercer)
Reappoint Chief Mark Gould (Quinton, Salem)
Reappoint Ann M. Wilson, DSW (Rutherford, Bergen)
Appoint Jody Marrie Patterson (Asbury Park, Monmouth)
Appoint Linda Walder Fiddle, Esq. (Ridgewood, Bergen)
Appoint M. Ali Chaudry, Ph.D. (Basking Ridge, Somerset)
Appoint Michael Pulsinelli (Manahawkin, Ocean)
Appoint Martin Tuchman (Princeton, Mercer)
Appoint Laura Pople, Ph.D. (Perth Amboy, Middlesex)
Disadvantaged Youth Expert
Reappoint Reverend William E. Coleman, Jr. (Ewing, Mercer)
Community-Based Organization Representative
Reappoint Reverend Wayne W. Meisel (Princeton, Mercer)
Older Adult Program Representative
Appoint Emily A. Greenfield, Ph.D. (Secaucus, Hudson)
Appoint Charles Biscieglia (Egg Harbor Township, Atlantic)
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"The Republican Governors Association raised $130,000 from tobacco companies during Christie’s stint as the group’s chairman, according to the most recent filings in June. The veto allows Christie to keep the peace with tobacco companies — and may very well prevent them from investing heavily in a presidential campaign for U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky, whose operatives could use the cash to finance attack ads against Christie in a tight primary contest." - columnist Charles Stile- The Bergen Record
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