New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday voiced his support for Douglas Fisher, the state’s agriculture secretary.
Fisher’s future had been a subject of speculation at a Board of Agriculture meeting in Burlington County on Friday. Fisher, formerly a seven-year Democratic Assemblyman from Cumberland County, began his $141,000-per-year cabinet post less than a year ago. The post has no set term.
Fisher “has proven to have a deep appreciation for New Jersey’s agricultural community,” Christie said.
From the CourierPostOnline.com