N.J. employees who worked on Christie image got raises averaging 23 percent




Some of those who received the biggest boosts temporarily left state government to work on Christieís re-election campaign last year, then returned with new titles and higher salaries. A deputy press secretary in the governorís office who earned $75,000 last year before he left to serve as press secretary for the campaign, for example, now makes $110,000 as a deputy communications |director.
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