State party leaders couldn't remember a Senate primary race every having been invalidated in South Carolina, but former state lawmaker Vic Rawl wants to do it
. He's the guy that lost to crazy Alan Greene
in the Democratic primary, and in a conference yesterday, said that he believed voting machines or software malfunctioning was the cause of Greene's victory.Majority Whip Jim Clyburn
is apparently on board with the plan, after his intense interest in how Greene came up with the $10,000 filing fee despite long-term unemployment.