Senate Democrats put ads behind net neutrality push
The campaign arm for Senate Democrats said Monday that it will start running a short digital ad aimed at gaining support for their efforts to roll back the FCC's 2017 net neutrality rules repeal.
Why it matters: Democrats want this to become a campaign issue, especially for young people, ahead of the midterms. But right now, the rollback resolution is unlikely to pass the House.
The big question: How much money are Democrats willing to commit to promoting this issue with voters?
- A spokesman for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee would only say this is "part of an ongoing six figure digital buy."
What's next: The Senate is expected to vote on the resolution rolling back the repeal this Wednesday.