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Jefferson Davis Electric Cooperative (JDEC) had its beginning shortly after
passage of the REA Act of 1936 which made loan funds available to any company,
public body, or private cooperative interested in extending service to rural
areas. The rural group went to the local power company and requested service,
urging them to borrow REA funds. Told by the power company that Rural
Electrification would never be profitable or practical, they petitioned county
agents, civic service organizations, and political leaders to hold mass
meetings to organize a home-owned and operated non-profit cooperative to
provide electric service for their needs.
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