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|Posté le: Jeu 14 Déc - 07:10 (2017) Sujet du message: What if a candidate is unopposed?
|Federal Level Races – A debate should not start if only one candidate is present: There is no guarantee that the “late” candidate will ever arrive.
It can be held for a "reasonable amount" of time if one candidate is late and should NOT start until there are at least two candidates. The moderator can explain without bias that the debate is delayed awaiting the arrival of the other candidate. To begin with only one candidate would provide that candidate extra exposure and could be interpreted by the public as bias and by the FEC as a campaign contribution. If the debate includes candidates running for several different offices, the debate might begin with races for other offices and a deviation from the listed program announced.
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