Governor Robert Bentley discusses why he deserves four more years

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(WHNT) — Democratic candidate for Alabama governor, Parker Griffith, doesn’t hide his feeling about republican incumbent Robert Bentley. Griffith says his opponent doesn’t deserve four more years in office. In this week’s leadership perspectives, WHNT News 19’s Steve Johnson asked Governor Bentley about the man he’s running against. He discusses his plans and what he’s done to warrant another term.

“I’m actually not running against my opponent. I am interviewing with the people of this state that I see out there every day,” Governor Bentley said. “I am interviewing with them and asking them to allow me the great honor to serve them again for four more years.”

In 2010, Bentley was elected as Alabama’s 54th governor. He says he is committed to creating jobs for Alabamians.

Steve Johnson also interviewed gubernatorial candidate Parker Griffith. The election is November 4, and the governor’s race isn’t the only issue on the ballot. We have numerous resources for you to prepare for election day, including sample ballots, legislative candidates and statewide amendments.

Watch the five part interview with Governor Robert Bentley here:

CLICK HERE to watch the interview with candidate Parker Griffith (D).



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