Asher HaVon creates history as the first LGBTQ contestant from Alabama to win ‘The Voice’

An Alabama native has made history in the reality TV competition world by winning season 25 of “The Voice.”

Selma’s own Asher HaVon claimed victory in the singing contest on Tuesday, alongside his coach, the award-winning singer-songwriter Reba McEntire.

On Thursday, U.S. Rep. Terri Sewell took to the House Floor to congratulate HaVon on his achievement.

“Asher got his start singing in the church and even performed for President Obama during his visit for the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March,” Sewell remarked. “I ask my colleagues to join me in congratulating the one, the only, Asher HaVon of Selma, Alabama, for his first-place finish as the winner of ‘The Voice.’ We in Selma are so proud of you, and we can’t wait to see everything that you will continue to achieve.”

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