What They’re Reading: From North Dakota to Florida, Gas Prices are Dropping Just in Time for the Holidays

Folks across the country, from North Dakota to Ohio to Florida, are seeing falling gas prices just in time for the holidays. While there are a number of reasons for falling prices, this is undoubtedly a good sign for Americans and President Biden and Democrats will continue to work to help lower costs for families even further.

Here’s what they’re reading around the country about lower prices at the pump, giving families a much needed boost heading into the holiday season.

In Ohio: 

WKRC: Gas prices drop in Cincinnati, across the country

In Maine: 

Associated Press: Gas prices drop by a lot in parts of northern New England

In North Dakota: 

Bismarck Tribune: Gasoline prices fall in Bismarck

In Florida: 

FOX35: Florida gas prices dropping: How low it’s expected to go

WTSP: Oil prices down $10 a barrel could lead to cheaper gas at the pump

In Pennsylvania: 

NBC10 Philadelphia: Gas Prices Dropping Just in Time for the Holidays

ABC27: A decrease in gas prices for Midstate drivers can bring a sigh of relief Christmas season

In Tennessee: 

The Pulse: Gas Prices Continue Steady Decline, Falling Another Four Cents In The Past Week

In Massachusetts:

 The Republican: Gas prices expected to drop significantly in 2022, EIA predicts $2.88 per gallon average for the year

In Wisconsin: 

Fox11: Green Bay gas prices drop below $3 a gallon
In Michigan: 

CBS Detroit: Michigan Gas Prices Continuing Downward

Traverse City Record Eagle: Fourth straight week of gas price declines

WDIV-TV: Michigan gas prices continue downward trend as oil production picks up

In Georgia: 

WTOC: Georgia, national gas prices continue to fall

In North Carolina: 

WNCT: AAA reports gas prices in Carolinas slip for second straight week