Congress took $101,176,399 from ISPs who want to kill net neutrality. Want to know how much your rep took & where they stand?

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One hundred million dollars. That’s how much money our elected officials in Congress have taken in “campaign contributions” from companies like Comcast and Verizon who are trying to kill net neutrality.

To show much your representatives took, the groups behind the BattleForTheNet.com campaign have put together a new “Congressional Scoreboard” that shows where every single member of Congress stands on net neutrality, and how much dirty money they’ve taken from ISPs.

Want to know how much your lawmakers took? Click here to find out.

Now, we need your help to to plaster this across the Internet, so that every single voter will know whether their rep sold them out. We need to make it so there’s nowhere for them to hide. Major web platforms like Tumblr, GitHub, and Private Internet Access are already helping spread the word. Please do your part!

Head over to BattleForTheNet.com right now to take action, then use the graphics, widget code, and resources here to share this with as many people as you can.

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