MANNING (WACH) -- After losing South Carolina's U.S. Senate race against Republican Jim DeMint last week during the Midterm Election, Alvin Greene says he's considering a presidential bid.
Greene spoke to WACH Fox News Tuesday and confirmed he may run for President in 2012 after Politico.com broke the news earlier in the day.
"Maybe," Greene said. He then asked us how much the filing fee is to launch a campaign.
The South Carolina Democratic Party has yet to set its filing fee for 2012. In 2008 it was $2,500.
Greene was surprised that the fee was less than that to file for the Senate race this year, which was $10,000.
Greene's campaign platform would echo the tone of his Senate bid; "to get rid of the un-ending recession."
When asked which ticket he'd run on, Greene replied, "either Democratic, Republican or Independent."
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Greene shocked the Palmetto State after winning the party's nomination earlier this year.
Greene pulled in a surprising 28 percent on November 2 after being considered a longshot and asked to step aside.
There were a few out-of-the-ordinary instances during the Manning native's campaign that caught national attention.
Greene is currently facing pornography charges after allegedly showing porn to USC college student.
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