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Alvin Greene 360,000 Votes, In Perspective [Senate]

South Carolina Democratic mystery candidate Alvin Greene, despite not really campaigning, fundraising, hiring a staff, or explaining who he is, still got 360,000 votes for Senate last night. How does this compare with candidates nationwide who gave a shit? More »
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US Politics / Conservative : Power Line (5 years ago)

Alvin Greene is the South Carolina Democratic party's nominee for the U.S. Senate. Readers will recall that Greene, despite running virtually no campaign, easilly defeated the candidate supported by South Carolina's Democratic estab...

Democrat & Accused Felon Alvin Greene: “I Am the Best Candidate for US Senate in South Carolina”

US Politics / Conservative : Gateway Pundit (5 years ago)

Democrat Alvin Greene told CNN today, “I Am the Best Candidate for US Senate in South Carolina.” Agreed. South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate and accused felon Alvin Greene spoke with CNN today. CNN anchor Don Lemon said it wa...

South Carolina's Mysterious Dem Senate Candidate Likes Showing Sexy Pics to College Ladies [Meet Your Candidates]

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker (5 years ago)

Last night, South Carolina Democrats chose Alvin Greene, an unemployed veteran who raised no money but was listed first on the ballot, as their Senate nominee. Well, okay. Huh? All we know is that he's facing a sexy felony charge. M...

South Carolina Mystery Candidate Alvin Greene Was a Terrible Soldier [Exclusive]

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker (5 years ago)

It's been almost a week since mystery man Alvin Greene inexplicably won South Carolina's Democratic senate primary and yet he is still largely a mystery. We spoke to one of Greene's former Army colleagues for some insight into the g...

South Carolina Mystery Candidate Alvin Greene Turns On the Media [Underdogs]

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker (5 years ago)

Alvin Greene, the South Carolina Democratic Senate candidate who didn't campaign for his primary win, is feeling the fatigue of a general election. (Even though he still doesn't campaign.) The once media-friendly figure in now just ...

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