Once upon a time when Chris Christie was the governor of New Jersey, he would come into our New Jersey 101.5 studios and host "Ask The Governor" with Eric Scott.

I'll never forget the night of Hurricane Sandy when he did it with his family in our lunchroom. No matter what the times were like or what was happening in his career, he would come in and answer your questions. Not so much with Gov. Murphy.

Of course, Murphy holds his daily press conferences updating us on what he's doing and taking questions from reporters, some of which he may not like or deem as political. But when it comes to facing the fire that are the questions that are from the people of New Jersey, I figured I'd give you a chance to ask.

So these are among the responses I got from my social media. Keep in mind that we have our own reporters at Murphy's press conference's as well, so keep listening to New Jersey 101.5 and you may get your answer.

If you could ask Governor Murphy one question...

Remember when New Jersey had a governor who would come on this radio station and answer your questions? So does Steve Trevelise. Of course, Murphy holds his daily press conferences updating us on what he's doing and taking questions from reporters, some of which he may not like or deem as political. But when it comes to facing the fire that are the questions that are from the people of New Jersey, Steve figured he'd give you a chance to ask him the question you always wanted to ask. Here are some of the questions his social media following would want to ask.

The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Steve Trevelise. Any opinions expressed are Steve's own. Steve Trevelise is on New Jersey 101.5 Monday-Thursday from 7pm-11pm. Follow him on Twitter @realstevetrev.

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