Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene has pending charges against him for allegedly showing a USC student pornographic images and he now faces a SLED investigation on how he managed to pay his $10,400 filing fee to run for Senate. On Charleston affiliate WTMA, Greene responds to his recent primary victory as he gears up for the general election, despite all the recent criticism.
Greene will face Senator Jim DeMint in November’s general election. Questions remain on how Greene even got his name on the primary ballot and if someone gave him the filing fee to run. Greene responds:
Greene says he does plan on debating DeMint in September.
Greene says he has what it takes to beat DeMint, and says he can do more than the current senator.
As for some background, Greene speaks about his discharge from the military.
Greene says the public will hear more about his discharge in the next few weeks.