Here’s one for the political pundits out there to digest. Alvin Greene, a 32-year-old unknown who lives with his father and waged no visible campaign, beat a former state lawmaker, Victor Rawl, who did campaign.
What’s funny about Green’s victory is that he had raised no money, ran no ads, and has no website. And he beat out Rawl with a 59 to 41 percent tally.
Now for the first time in history, a Democrat is concerned with integrity in the voting process.
“This is not about me,” Rawl said. “It is not about blacks. It is not about whites. It’s about the sanctity of our electoral process.”