The Midterm Races That Matter for a Free and Open Internet

A relentless assault on consumer rights could drive angry voters to the polls

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While these issues trigger stark partisan bickering in Congress, the public has made its stance quite clear.

The Biggest Race

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Photo: Fight for the Future

Beto Versus Ted

Cruz’s loss in the midterms would eliminate a key opponent to efforts to restore the FCC’s discarded 2015 net neutrality rules.

Other Races to Watch

Consumer groups have tried to help consumers understand that the desire for better broadband and meaningful consumer protections shouldn’t be viewed as partisan at all.

Something We Can All Agree On?

Seattle-based freelance writer with a focus on tech, tech policy, and consumer rights.

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