Sources: Ralph Marra to be named state attorney general in Jan
Nov 04, 2009 | 2787 views | 2 2 comments | 48 48 recommendations | email to a friend | print

STATEWIDE -- Knowledgeable Republican sources say that newly-elected Gov. Christopher Christie will name U.S. Attorney Ralph Marra as New Jersey’s new attorney general in January, after Christie is sworn in.

Marra was instrumental in many of the political corruption investigations that Christie had started when Christie was U.S. Attorney. Christie resigned from that post last year to run for governor.

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dave fetterman
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November 04, 2009
So there goes the Democratic machine!!!!

As much as I hate Christie, you have give him credit -- he set out to destroy the Democrats and now he's going to finish the job.
EricK
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November 04, 2009
Ralph Marra was one of the prosecuting U.S. attorneys in the Anthony Russo corruption case. Let's hope he can continue that line of work as state attorney general.