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A few months back, I mentioned some advice on this site, regarding taking over the Democratic Party in the South, employing a more thoughtful set of tactics as Alvin Greene had used to win the Democratic Senate Nomination in South Carolina last cycle. When a convict took 40% for President in the West Virginia Democratic Primary, the tactics moved into protest votes. And now…
In the South, the Democratic Party apparatus is particularly weak, and following solid tactics, Mark Clayton won the Democratic Senate Nomination in Tennessee, in a seven person primary.
Mr. Clayton is not your typical Democrat: he is pro-life, favors traditional marriage, but/and believes in civil liberties and adherence to the Constitution.
His name was also first on the ballot–or that is why they say he won.
A major milestone in the Alvin Greene school of political tactics.