Outsider-extraordinaire Alvin Greene won last week's South Carolina primary without campaigning. Democrats are now determining whether Greene will remain a candidate with a 'D' next to his name.
The question of how Alvin Greene, a discharged Army soldier living with his dad, won a major US senatorial primary tests South Carolina's bounds of credulity.
How did Alvin Greene, an unemployed Army veteran who lives with his dad, win a South Carolina primary without fundraising? House majority whip James Clyburn calls foul.