SC: Green Party Senate Candidate Sees Opportunity in Democrat Greene’s Nomination

From the Post and Courier via TPID:

Will the controversial U.S. Senate candidacy of Democrat Alvin Greene open the door for the Green Party? Tom Clements hopes so. Clements decided to enter the race as a Green Party candidate before he knew who the Democrats would put up to face incumbent Republican Sen. Jim DeMint.

And now that the Democrats are so ambivalent about their nominee — party leaders only discovered after the June 8 primary that Greene is facing a felony pornography charge in Columbia — Clements sees an opportunity.

“I view it as a Democratic party meltdown and not a meltdown of Alvin Greene,” Clements said. “That’s when the chance for me to secure more of the vote arose.”

3 thoughts on “SC: Green Party Senate Candidate Sees Opportunity in Democrat Greene’s Nomination

  1. A Different Green Party Conservative

    Thanks for this great Green Party story. Hopefully the Libertarian, Constitution, Socialist, Democrat and Republican parties of South Carolina also endorse him, and most of their members join the Green Party. Maybe Alvin Greene will endorse him and become a great Green Party activist.

  2. A Different Green Party Conservative

    Thanks for this great Green Party story.
    Hopefully other political parties will endorse this great Green Party candidate. Maybe Alvin Greene will even drop out and endorse him, and become a great Green Party activist.

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