The NJ General Assembly committee investigating last September’s lane closures on the George Washington Bridge revealed on Friday the individuals and organizations who were served with the 20 subpoenas it issued as part of the investigation.
Subpoenas were served to the office of Gov. Chris Christie (R) and his aides Christina Genovese and Evan Ridley, among others.
The 20 individuals and organizations who received subpoenas are listed below:
The Office of Governor Chris Christie
Chris Christie For Governor Inc.
Bridget Anne Kelly
Assemblyman John Wisniewski (D), the committee’s chairman, held a media availability after its first meeting Thursday in which he said subpoenas were issued to 17 people and three “organizations.” He said he would not give further details until the subpoenas were served. In actuality, only two organizations were served with subpoenas; Christie’s office and his re-election campaign organization.
The New Jersey State Senate also has a committee dedicated to investigating the lane closures. Senator Loretta Weinberg (D), told TPM Thursday that the Senate committee sent subpoenas to three people.
This post has been updated.