New Jersey Democrats have made available travel expenses for Gov. Chris Christie. The party requested the records last month through the Open Public Records Act, asking for details dating back to the Jan. 19 inauguration date.
The Inquirer reports Democratic Chairman John Wisniewski takes issue with the report, 57 pages of which, are missing. Wisniewski says the expense reports does not detail how money was spent and who was reimbursed. Other portions of the report appeared to be blacked out with Magic Marker lines.
The Dems will likely appeal OPRA’s decision to withold the 57 missing pages, which Christie’s camp says contain private secutiry information.