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Posts tagged as “Green Party of South Carolina”

Green Eugene Platts Nets .5% of the Vote In Special Congressional Election in South Carolina

On May 7th, the special congressional election for the 1st district was held to determine who will succeed former GOP congressman Tim Scott, who was appointed to the U.S. Senate to replace Jim DeMint in January. Former congressman and governor Mark Sanford won the election.… Read more ...

Paul Bowers: Long-shot Green candidate Eugene Platt brings fiery idealism to SC-1 race

The following was published on the Charleston City Paper website on May 1st: 

 

The special election for South Carolina’s District 1 Congressional seat is next week, and Green Party candidate Eugene Platt has raised less than $5,000 for his campaign.… Read more ...

Green Party Candidate Eugene Platt Tweets Responses to SC1 Debate Questions, Explores Exclusion

The following was posted on April 29th on Eugene Platt’s campaign website. On April 29th, the debate for the 1st congressional district of South Carolina special election was held and televised by C-SPAN. However, only Republican Mark Sanford and Democrat Elizabeth Colbert-Busch participated, while Green Party nominee Eugene Platt was excluded. Read more ...

Green Party Candidate In SC 1st District Special Election Excluded From Debate

The following was posted on Green Party Watch on April 26th:

From the Charleston City Paper:

Patch, AOL’s online local news platform, will host a debate between candidates for South Carolina’s District 1 House seat on Monday at the Citadel, but only two of the three candidates will be present.… Read more ...