Gov. Chris Christie wants to know why some concert tickets are not being made available to the public and are set aside for certain political figures in the state. Ralph Marra, who worked with Christie in the U.S. Attorney’s office, will be heading up this investigation. Bloomberg News was the first to report last year that 22 elected officials, including then Gov. Jon Corzine, had 350 tickets available to them for 15 concerts. These tickets were never offered to the public and were set aside for the lawmakers. The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority said they were paid face value for the tickets, and that there was no problem with the practice.