|The campaign has already been covered by Wired, The Hill, the National Journal and PC Magazine.
Bold progressive Ann McLane Kuster (NH-02) is leading the charge. She emailed PCCC members today to explain how Net Neutrality affects New Hampshire. She said:
Let me tell you how protecting Net Neutrality affects voters and jobs here in New Hampshire.
Phone and cable companies want to put tollbooths on the Internet -- forcing businesses, organizations, and individuals to pay extra for their websites to open quickly on people's computers.
Big corporations like Exxon Mobil could afford this cost. But small businesses, economic innovators, independent media, and grassroots groups could not. Losing Net Neutrality would stifle free speech, innovation, and jobs.
Especially in the "Live Free or Die" state, hurting Internet freedom by putting new tollbooths on the Internet is a non-starter. And across the nation, Democratic candidates agree.
To win this election, Democrats need to be bold. It's Ann Kuster's progressive boldness that recently resulted in her race moving from "toss up" to "leans Dem" -- how often is THAT happening this year?
Can you join
5,000 6,000 7,000 others and become a "citizen signer" of our joint candidate Net Neutrality statement? Read the statement and sign here.
We've already raised $10,000 for some of these Bold Democrats in just 3 hours - can you help us get to $15,000 by chipping in $3?.
(I'm the senior organizing fellow for the PCCC)
P.S. If you're on Reddit, please give a point to this too.
(Cross-posted on Daily Kos)