CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- NewsChannel 36 crews caught up with U.S. Senate candidate Alvin Greene Monday morning while he was in town visiting a radio studio.
Greene appeared on the Keith Larson Show on WBT Monday morning. He talked about his well-worn themes of jobs, education and justice, but also revealed some new positions, such as opposition to gay marriage and support of abortion rights.
Greene also danced when Larson played a rap called Alvin Greene on the Scene.
Greene is scheduled to make an appearance at a restaurant in York Monday afternoon.
Event organizer Will Bigger says Greene will be given time to talk to voters, then a moderator will ask him questions submitted by voters and reporters.
Some Democrats have rejected appearances by Greene after he was indicted earlier this month on two charges earlier this month, including a felony count of showing pornography.