Republicans in the 12th district said they tried to get Democratic Assemblyman Michael Panter and his running mate Amy Mallett to sit down in the studios ofNews 12 New Jersey for a debate Tuesday.
It’s not going to happen.
“We have a scheduling conflict,” confirmed Democratic campaign spokesperson Tali Israeli.
Republicans Declan O’Scanlon and Caroline Casagrande wanted some nose-to-nose time with Panter and Mallett on air following a scheduled taping of Karcher v. Beck.
O’Scanlon said he originally called for 12 debates with his old rival Panter, a megaphone cry that went unheeded for weeks, leaving him to hope for a square off tomorrow, to no avail.