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Topic - Vic Rawl
Longshot Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene was indicted Friday on two charges, including a felony charge of showing pornography to a teenage student in a South Carolina college computer lab.
South Carolina's Democrats are gathering Thursday to decide whether to overturn the results of the primary election in which an unemployed, unknown military veteran won the nomination for U.S. Senate.
The state police should investigate how the unemployed winner of the state's Democratic U.S. Senate primary paid his filing fee of more than $10,000, after claiming indigency and being appointed a public defender to represent him in a court case, a state lawmaker says.
Not even Alvin M. Greene himself seems able to offer a credible explanation for why he forked over $10,200 in a bid to be the Democratic challenger this fall against Republican powerhouse Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina.
Vic Rawl, a former South Carolina judge and lawmaker, announces on Monday, June 14, 2010, in North Charleston, S.C., that he formally will protest the results of the June 8 primary for the Democratic nomination for a U.S. Senate seat.