No joke, third White House crasher Carlos Allen is actually running for mayor
Heck, anyone can put together a goofy Facebook poster saying he's a candidate, as Allen did last spring. Doesn't mean he is. But darned if Allen didn't file papers Wednesday, making him one of seven candidates headed for the Democratic primary ballot, if his petition holds up under scrutiny (you need 2,000 signatures to qualify).
Can he do this? Especially with the feds still investigating the state dinner breaches? The usually chatty entrepreneur strangely did not return calls or e-mails. His attorney, A. Scott Bolden, told us that the two matters are "mutually exclusive" and that he doesn't think Allen is a target of the ongoing probes.
The Reliable Source
July 9, 2010; 1:05 AM ET
Categories: Politics , White House crashers
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