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NC House Representative Edith Warren, left, and Pitt County Supreme Court Judge Clifton Everett, center, talk with Mark Bibbs of Wilson during his campaiging event for the NC State House District 8 at Winslows Tavern on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012.   (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)
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NC House Representative Edith Warren, left, and Pitt County Supreme Court Judge Clifton Everett, center, talk with Mark Bibbs of Wilson during his campaiging event for the NC State House District 8 at Winslows Tavern on Thursday, Aug. 16, 2012. (Aileen Devlin/The Daily Reflector)

Mark Bibbs campaigns in Greenville

By Ginger Livingston

The Daily Reflector

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Lowering the electric rates of eastern North Carolina municipalities is a top priority for the Democratic candidate seeking one of Pitt County’s three state House seats.

Mark Bibbs, Democratic candidate for state House 8, said lowering electric rates in the region’s towns and cities will encourage business growth by easing the financial burden on existing companies and making them competitive in business recruitment.


Bibbs, a Wilson attorney, shared his vision with more than 20 people who attended an event hosted by U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield and Greenville Mayor Allen Thomas.

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can you handle the truth ?

Here's a direct quote from the NC Bar discilpinary hearing on Bibbs, "11. On December 5, 2008 in telephone conversations with two employees of the Wilson County Clerk of Court, Defendant loudly argued with and used profanity toward the employees. Shortly thereafter, while in the common area of the courthouse, Defendant argued loudly with and used profanity toward the elected Clerk of Court. 12. Shortly after these conversations with courthouse personnel, at the request of his probation officer, Defendant was administered an alcohol breath test and registered .19 alcohol content. 13. On January 26, 2009 Defendant was found to be in violation of the modified sentence in case number 04CRS56218 for having tested positive for the consumption of alcohol on December 5, 2008. Defendant was ordered to serve sixty-one days in the Department of Correction."

fyi

this candidate has had multiple DWI"S and reportedly showed up drunk and made a spectacle of himself at the Wilson County courthouse. while i applaud his supposed interest in doing something about electricities and the 31 members of the cartel that rape and pillage our citizens , i have to wonder with his lack of respect for the law,of which he is an officer of the court, whether he is the man to effectively represent us in the general assembly. if i am wrong about his past , i stand corrected but i am confident i am not. perhaps the reflector might want to look into his past so the citizens can make an informed decision.

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