Scott Dawson is a newcomer to politics. But the Republican evangelist says he was inspired to run for Alabama governor after watching former Gov. Robert Bentley’s administration fall apart amid Bentley’s alleged affair with an aide. As part of our series of interview with gubernatorial candidates he spoke with WBHM’s Andrew Yeager, including discussion of Dawson’s criticism of a federal grant given to an LGBT support group.
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Dawson discusses his criticism of a federal grant award to a non-profit group that supports LGBT youth. Dawson said this was a “betrayal” of Alabama values.
Hear the full interview: