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It is Decision Day in the South Carolina Democratic Party after a virtual unknown.
Who also have to be facing criminal charges what his primary about a week ago.
Alvin green's victory -- left the democratic establishment -- Carl Cameron is in Columbia, South Carolina today what.
What happens today they rule whether he's in -- out of what's going on Karl.
That's what that -- of the options they can either accept the results of the Senate race primary or they can reject them.
Or they could call for another election or they could simply come up with a whole new nominee and replace -- green altogether.
It'll happen there the meetings at 3 o'clock this afternoon they'll be about a hundred top South Carolina Democrats coming to decide -- the executive committee of the state party.
And they're completely authorized to do pretty much whatever they want.
Though the race between -- crawled -- county commissioner from Charleston area.
Former federal judge and -- green and unemployed veteran with no money no campaign no job.
Who managed to come -- with 101400 dollars in order to put his name on the ballot.
Has become a huge national controversy Democrats don't think this guys on the kind of material they can actually give Jim -- the incumbent Republican much challenge for.
And yet they also recognize that that some in some cases charges of Republican shenanigans -- place.
Here's the former Democratic Party chairman Dick -- portly and never short with a sound bite or GOP criticism.
I think -- and number one on the ballot when nobody had any idea what -- vote non.
Helped dramatically and again I think that the names may have driven some piece of that.
are -- is referring to -- kind of complicated.
The assertion is that -- -- -- at the top of the ballot and therefore a lot of people who knew nothing about the candidates just voted for him because it was convenient.
The other is that African American voters in South Carolina.
Shows Alvin green because they felt more comfortable with his name than Vick Rawls but more -- -- -- Mr.
Hartley and the Democrats are suggesting is that it's possible they -- the -- -- Rollins didn't think it was an African American and chose instead to vote for -- green.
There are accusations of voter irregularity that the Republicans put him -- To this that somebody helped about it maybe dirty tricks Republicans across the border generally.
Denying that bill and the former party chairman Kate Dawson.
Makes the point that Democrats -- to.
To a back room deal -- and do this they could -- insiders backlash perhaps an African Americans -- -- the democratic establishment.
And he makes the point that -- Jim -- the incumbent Republican.
Is pretty well entrenched pretty safe.
-- make sense that Republicans would try mess this thing up Democrats are pretty good job on their own -- enough.
South Carolina is a state did this sometimes can get to a circus like level and let -- politics and we there.
It really got the money is a question for Allan green answer but I I feel -- sure to tell you that a Republican had nothing to do that.
-- a question to -- who is the incumbent Republican there.
Is very very safe in the polls that is widely considered to have a huge advantage whether -- the democratic nominee is Alan green or -- -- or anybody else.
Jim -- waiting and smiling Republicans deeply amused by this and Democrats across the country alarmed because.
Not the kind of person you -- -- go up when he's facing this obscenity charge which by the way involves allegedly showing a college student pornography something that's been very well documented.
Obviously not you want the -- -- You've got to several good oh good went down that Karl at the I keep this alive had to give us doesn't see you later at a club.
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