U.S. Senate candidate Vic Rawl filed a protest today with the S.C. Democratic Party over last week's primary, which handed the party’s nomination to Alvin Greene in a stunning upset.
"The strange circumstances surrounding Tuesday's vote require a thorough investigation. For better or worse, this protest process is the only platform currently available for that investigation," Rawl said in a statement to reporters.
Rawl said his campaign has gotten reports of "extremely unusual incidents" ranging voters who repeatedly pressed the screen for Rawl only to have the other candidate's name appear, to poll workers who had to change program cards multiple times, to at least one voter in the Republican primary who had the Democratic U.S. Senate race appear on her ballot.
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