By State Street Wire Staff | February 4th, 2013 - 6:46pm
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TRENTON - Today, Gov. Chris Christie filed the following nominations with the State Senate. The Governor’s nominations are subject to the advice and consent of the State Senate.

JUDGES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT

Nominate for reappointment Arthur Bergman (East Brunswick, Middlesex)

Nominate for reappointment Sherry A. Hutchins-Henderson (West Orange, Essex)

Nominate for reappointment Robert J. Mega (Clark, Union)

Nominate for reappointment Bonnie J. Mizdol (Paramus, Bergen)

Nominate for reappointment Kenneth J. Slomienski (Wallington, Bergen)

Nominate for appointment Peter A. Bogaard (Chester, Morris)

Nominate for appointment Bradford M. Bury (Watchung, Somerset)

Nominate for appointment J. Randall Corman (Sayreville, Middlesex)

Nominate for appointment Angela White Dalton (Howell, Monmouth)

Nominate for appointment Katie A. Gummer (Rumson, Monmouth)

Nominate for appointment Daniel R. Lindemann (Wayne, Passaic)

Nominate for appointment Linda E. Mallozzi (Union, Union)

Nominate for appointment Arnold L. Natali, Jr. (Little Silver, Monmouth)

Nominate for appointment Michael F. O’Neill (Branchburg, Somerset)

Nominate for appointment Christopher D. Rafano (South River, Middlesex)

Nominate for appointment Nesle A. Rodriguez (Jersey City, Hudson)

Nominate for appointment Joseph W. Oxley (Red Bank, Monmouth)

Nominate for appointment Donald J. Stein (Haddon Heights, Camden)

Nominate for appointment James P. Wilson (Roselle, Union)

Nominate for appointment Mara E. Zazzali-Hogan (Shrewsbury, Monmouth)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE

Nominate for appointment Joseph A. Ascione (Westfield, Union)

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“We lived up to our end of the bargain. He didn’t live up to his end of the deal.” - Ed Connolly, president of the New Jersey Firemen’s Benevolent Association.

- The Bergen Record

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