A billboard on North Pacific Highway in Medford, Oregon, takes Republican Rep. Greg Walden to task for his position on net neutrality. 

A billboard on North Pacific Highway in Medford, Oregon, takes Republican Rep. Greg Walden to task for his position on net neutrality. 

Andy Atkinson/The Medford Mail Tribune

A digital rights advocacy group has targeted Oregon Rep. Greg Walden and two other members of Congress in their home districts with billboards supporting net neutrality.

The billboards, crowdfunded by Fight for the Future, are part of a campaign focusing on lawmakers who, the group says, support plans to roll back Obama-era regulations that require internet companies to treat all content equally.

The organization urges constituents to call their representatives about the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to end net neutrality. Walden represents Oregon’s Second Congressional District.

“Want slower, more expensive Internet? Rep. Walden supports CenturyLink’s plan to destroy net neutrality. Ask him why: (541) 776-4646,” the billboard on North Pacific Highway at Elm Avenue reads.

Read more at The Medford Mail-Tribune.