Greene favors winding down the wars the Middle East and “using that money for domestic programs, such as job creation, education, and Social Security.” Though his victory has baffled many, several explanations have been offered.
Some observers, including State Representative Bakari Sellers, have stated that the fact that his name appeared above Vic Rawl may have caused voters who were unfamiliar with either candidate to vote for Greene.
Greene indicate that he cannot contribute to that new beginning. Greene refused to bow out of the race and announced that “The Democratic Party has chosen their nominee, and we have to stand behind their choice. We need to be pro-South Carolina, not anti-Greene.” Greene appeared on various news programs after his primary victory.
He responded with short answers, refused to comment on the obscenity allegations, and rejected rumors that he is a plant.
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.
Greene supports job creation and would increase highway construction projects and pursue alternative energy sources.
We’ve never seen Parisa before – she appeared on an NBC series Amy Schumer was a presenter and didn’t win any trophies at the DGA Awards, but she’s in the running for Worst Dressed.