Now that Gov.-elect Phil Murphy has named his transition team — and it certainly is a long list — what would you like to know about the gubernatorial transition process that will help shape the next four years in New Jersey.
The state’s governorship is famously powerful, and preparing for it is an intricate mix of personnel interviews, policy meetings, and political messaging.
Murphy has named scores of people and filled out his committees to advise him during the process leading up to his inauguration, signaling his priorities. But what exactly does it involve beyond the press releases?
NJ Spotlight has enlisted some members of past transition teams to help us answer your questions about how the process works and what comes next for the state’s 56th governor.
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