Net Neutrality shellacked

Before yesterday’s midterm election, 95 House and Senate candidates all put their names to a pledge to protect Net Neutrality. Yesterday, all 95 lost. Here’s the list, provided by Scott Cleland’s Precursor Blog. CNN Money provides more coverage here. Election results can be verified here, at CNN’s election website.

Admittedly, Net Neutrality may not have been the dominant reason why these candidates lost, or a reason at all. I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone say “It’s the net neutrality, stupid”. Still. As an issue, that’s a shellacking.

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