Dick Bott, founder of the Bott Radio Network, and his son Rich Bott, President & CEO of the company his father founded have both endorsed former Vanderbilt professor Carol Swain in her campaign to become Mayor of Nashville.
The Swain campaign released a statement on Saturday that included the endorsement:
We are honored to endorse Dr. Carol Swain to become Mayor of Nashville.
Dr. Carol Swain believes in Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. She is a great American, a true Patriot, and a unifying voice in America for such a time as this. Dr. Swain’s life is a true American success story, the result of hard work, intelligence, great education, compassion for all people, a passion for righteousness and opportunity, and an unshakable trust in God.
In short, we believe in Dr. Carol Swain. She has the courage to fight for her convictions when necessary. That’s why we are proud to endorse her candidacy to be the next Mayor of the great City of Nashville.
Rich Bott, President/CEO
Dick Bott, Founder
Bott Radio Network.
Swain is one of 14 candidates vying for the Mayor’s office in the special election that will be held in Nashville/Davidson County on May 24.
She was previously endorsed by conservative author and film maker Dinesh D’Souza.
Founded in 1962, the Bott Radio Network has ” more than 100 stations in part of 15 states reaching over 51 million people throughout the United States. The goal of the Network is to provide quality Bible teaching with Christian news and information. Multitudes listen to Bott Radio Network learning the deep truths of God’s word through the greatest Bible teachers of today,” according to the company website.