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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - C. Derrick Jr.
"I am absolutely convinced it is all about alphabetical listing," said former Spartanburg, S.C., County Chairman Rick Beltram. "Neither of the people running was known. People just went in and hit the first name - the alphabetical name. We've seen the same thing in Republican primaries where there were four or five unknown candidates."
About the winner of the Democratic Senate primary, Mr. Derrick had this to say: "This guy has about as much chance of being elected to the United States Senate as I have to fly around the moon without a spacecraft."