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South Carolina Democratic Party chairwoman Carol Fowler said she had not seen Greene since he filed to run.
If he wins, he would also be the first popularly elected African-American Senator from the South, as state legislatures chose Senators in the 19th century.
to mount a primary challenge to Arthur Ravenel, Jr.
Some commentators have raised questions about whether Greene paid the ,440 filing fee out of his own funds, as required by law.
State Democratic Party chairman Dick Harpootlian told NPR that this revelation raises doubts about whether Greene could afford the filing fee. Bradley Giese, the solicitor (district attorney) for the 5th Judicial Circuit, which includes Columbia, will likely haul Greene before a judge to explain how he could pay the filing fee if he needs a public defender.
Late on the afternoon of June 11, Fowler told WCNC-TV in Charlotte that the Federal Election Commission has launched a probe into where Greene got the money for the fee.
The first popularly elected African American senator was Edward Brooke, elected from Massachusetts in 1966.
African Americans Kendrick Meek and Mike Thurmond are also running for Senate seats, in Florida and Georgia respectively. He has also called for better school facilities and pay raises for teachers. When asked about free trade, Greene said that he has to look into the issue further before taking a position. Posted in 24 (Queen of Wands), 31 (Five of Wands), 42 (Two of Cups), Chris Colwill, life lesson / what you are here to learn (month day y e a r of birth), personal month, personal year, tagged 2008 Summer Olympics, AT&T, China, Chris Colwill, Colwill, Ed Peterson, Li Shixin, numerology, United States, USA Diving on May 24, 2012| Leave a Comment » Guts. Despite an injury that nearly took him out of contention in the 2008 Olympics, Colwill is most likely headed back in 2012. That is the motto of the US national diving team and it pretty much sums up Chris Colwill.Alvin Michael Greene (born August 30, 1977 in Florence, South Carolina) is the Democratic nominee in the 2010 United States Senate election in South Carolina. He is currently unemployed and lives with his father in Manning, roughly halfway between Columbia and Charleston. Voter turnout in most counties was in the 20-30% range. Greene graduated from Manning High School in 1995 and received a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of South Carolina in 2000.