American politician who was elected Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey in 2009. She began serving as the Secretary of State of New Jersey in 2010.
She earned a Law degree from the Washington College of Law in 1983.
She was Deputy Director in the Division of Criminal Justice, where she helped prosecute David L. Smith, creator of the computer virus known as "Melissa."
She married New Jersey Superior Court Judge Michael Guadagno in 1991.
She won the 2009 New Jersey gubernatorial race alongside her running mate, Governor Chris Christie.