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Forrester Debates an Empty Chair on New Jersey 101.5

The Courier-News reports that U.S. Senate Candidate Douglas Forrester arrived at a scheduled debate with Frank Lautenberg on New Jersey 101.5 FM radio. The only unusual issue about the debate was that Lautenberg refused to attend, forcing Forrester to debate an empty chair. According to the station's news director, "Lautenberg is the first statewide candidate in about 10 years to refuse to appear."

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