Last September, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras pledged he would eradicate neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn from the country. In an alarming turn since a series of crackdowns on the party, Golden Dawn’s candidates managed to break double digits in a number of elections Saturday, including for mayor of Athens. Ilias Kasidiaris, a spokesman for Golden Dawn, came in fourth place for Athens mayor on Sunday, receiving 16.12% of the vote. That total more than tripled Golden Dawn’s showing during the last election for the position, according to Bloomberg News. Golden Dawn candidate for governor of the state of Athens, Ilias Panagiotaros, received 11.13% of the vote and also finished in fourth place. More