Both major party candidates for governor say they want to put the Twin Counties back to work.
But Republican Gov. Pat McCrory and Democratic challenger Roy Cooper, the state’s attorney general, disagree on how to keep Rocky Mount area unemployment down.
A former state legislator, Cooper has always fought for new and better paying jobs for Nash and Edgecombe counties, said Cooper’s Press Secretary Jamal Little.
Cooper said he is optimistic that better paying jobs for the Twin Counties are on the horizon. (Rocky Mount Telegram)