Some of you may recall that New Jersey Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno‘s husband is a New Jersey state court judge.
Quite the power couple, right?
In any event, Honorable Michael A. Guadagno has been a member of the New Jersey Superior Court’s Appellate Division since 2012 but he reaches mandatory retirement age (70) this February. Consequently, in order to collect his pension, Judge Guadagno is in the unique position of needing to formally notify his wife (who doubles as N.J. Secretary of State) of his imminent retirement in order to collect his judicial pension.
Save Jersey got a hold of the letter and it’s pretty funny! Particularly the part where he urges her to make more money (she isn’t drawing a pension for her current work in the Christie Administration) but notes that there’s no need to respond because they “can discuss this matter over dinner.”
There’s also that 500 days as acting governor comment….
For your enjoyment: