New Jersey’s Top Gaming Regulator: ‘I Have No Reason To Leave’

The man who oversaw the historic launch of internet gambling in New Jersey and continues to regulate the state’s gaming industry is expected to leave office shortly after a new governor is elected on November 7.

New governors want their own people in charge, and that likely means the end of David Rebuck’s six-year term as the longest serving director in the history of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE).

As a veteran of New Jersey politics, the 64-year-old Rebuck understands the reality confronting him.

That does not mean he is ready to go.

“I love this job. I have no reason to leave,” Rebuck told GamblingCompliance during a recent interview in his office in Atlantic City.

It did not start out that way.

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