Help TPM Dig Through The Chris Christie Bridge Scandal Documents

A New Jersey legislative committee on Friday released thousands of pages of documents related to the George Washington Bridge scandal that has ensnared Gov. Chris Christie’s (R) administration.

The Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee put the documents online after introducing some of them into the record at a hearing on Thursday, where a former Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive refused to answer questions about the lane closures.

Contributions from readers have been a key part of TPM’s reporting in the past. And we welcome your help with these documents. You can read the documents for yourself below. Please send tips and thoughts to [email protected], with “Christie Docs” in the subject line. Don’t forget to include the exhibit name and page number.

All of the documents are now available after some delays in downloading from the Assembly website:

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit A

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit B

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit C

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit D

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit E

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit F

Christie Bridge Documents – Exhibit G

This post has been updated.

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