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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