Every Major Senate Democratic Challenger Announces Support for Network Neutrality
Last updated: July 24, 2008 - 9:19pm
[Commentary] Apparently, every single Democratic Senate challenger with more than $500k in cash on hand has announced their support for Network Neutrality. No organized telecom or cable money going to any of these candidates, with the exception of Al Franken (MN), Mark Warner (VA), and Mark Udall (CO). Franken and Warner both had careers with cable or telecom companies, so they have friends in those industries, and Udall is a sitting House member.
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