FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2002 file photo, Frank Lautenberg, center is flanked by Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., left, and Gov. James McGreevey, in Trenton, N.J., the day the N.J. Supreme Court said Democrats could replace Sen. Robert Torricelli with Lautenberg on the ballot in the upcoming election against Douglas Forrester. Lautenberg died Monday; June 3, 2013 at age 89. Lautenberg, initially a Republican, retired in 2000 after 18 years in the Senate, saying he did not have the drive to raise money for a fourth campaign, but he won the 2002 election and returned to the Senate at age 78, resuming his role as a leading liberal. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz, File)

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FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2002 file photo, Frank Lautenberg, center is flanked by Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., left, and Gov. James McGreevey, in Trenton, N.J., the day the N.J. Supreme Court said Democrats could replace Sen. Robert Torricelli with Lautenberg on the ballot in the upcoming election against Douglas Forrester. Lautenberg died Monday; June 3, 2013 at age 89. Lautenberg, initially a Republican, retired in 2000 after 18 years in the Senate, saying he did not have the drive to raise money for a fourth campaign, but he won the 2002 election and returned to the Senate at age 78, resuming his role as a leading liberal. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz, File)
FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2002 file photo, Frank Lautenberg, center is flanked by Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., left, and Gov. James McGreevey, in Trenton, N.J., the day the N.J. Supreme Court said Democrats could replace Sen. Robert Torricelli with Lautenberg on the ballot in the upcoming election against Douglas Forrester. Lautenberg died Monday; June 3, 2013 at age 89. Lautenberg, initially a Republican, retired in 2000 after 18 years in the Senate, saying he did not have the drive to raise money for a fourth campaign, but he won the 2002 election and returned to the Senate at age 78, resuming his role as a leading liberal. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz, File)
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