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PSC hopeful visits Albany

By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) –  One of the four Republican candidates for Public Service Commission made a swing through Albany this week. 

Jeff May says he entered the race to be a persistent voice in utility costs that affect everyone in Georgia.

May served in the General assembly for the last six years and was chairman of the energy sub-committee of the Energy, Utilities, and Telecommunications Committee.

He says he passed legislation to help provide natural gas to rural areas and for bio-fuel and ethanol production. 

"It's important to have someone in there who has the experience and background and the understanding of the legislative process in dealing with the language and how important it is to make sure your I's are dotted and your t's are crossed and my experience in the legislature has allowed me to do that," said May.

May stressed a need to keep utility rates affordable. He hopes voters will get to know about all the candidates before the primary, and hopes they remember 'May' in 'July.'

  • You can link to his website HERE

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