The Bridgegate case will continue to unfold on Monday. A former Port Authority top official, Bill Baroni, and former Deputy Chief of Staff to Gov. Chris Christie, Bridget Anne Kelly, will be arraigned on federal charges on Monday morning. Both were implicated in the George Washington Bridge lane closures by a guilty plea from David Wildstein, who previously worked at the Port Authority. Both attorney’s for Baroni and Kelly denied the allegations against them by Wildstein. Wildstein said the lanes were closed a retribution for the Fort Lee mayor not endorsing Christie in his reelection bid.