Twenty subpoenas issued by a special New Jersey committee investigating the "Bridgegate" scandal include key members of Gov. Chris Christie's administration and campaign, ranging from his spokesman to his chief counsel.
A full list of those subpoenaed was officially released Friday by a spokesman for the Assembly Democrats.
The list includes Bridget Anne Kelly, Christie's deputy chief of staff, whom Christie fired for allegedly lying to him about the abrupt closing of access lanes to the George Washington Bridge on Sept. 9.
Other prominent Christie aides who were served include Bill Baroni, who already resigned as a Christie-appointee to the Port Authority; Michael Drewniak, spokesman for the governor; Maria Comella, director of communications for the governor; Charles McKenna, former chief counsel, and Regina Egea, who was slated to become the governor's chief of staff.