A man who wants a special prosecutor for Gov. Chris Christie in the “Bridgegate” case is also planning to run for governor. William Brennan is a North Jersey resident who argued in front of a judge that his complaint against Christie should be looked into by a special prosecutor because the people looking into it will be people that report to those who have been appointed to Christie. Some key Republican lawmakers have said Brennan is using the legal system to gain name recognition for a political run. Brennan is running a Democrat.