Alvin Greene, as you probably know, didn't do any campaigning before getting nearly 60% of the vote in the South Carolina Democratic primary for Senate. He didn't have yard signs or a web site, and he didn't attend the state party's big political events, including the convention and the Galivants Ferry Stump.
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His opponent, Vic Rawl, did campaign, and now he's alleging possible wrongdoing in the primary and protesting the results.
But something that's been all but ignored over the past week is the fact that, for all his campaigning, Rawl had no more name recognition than Greene.