Former FCC official Josh Gottheimer won his race for a Democratic House seat from New Jersey Tuesday.
Gottheimer had been senior counselor to then-FCC Chairman Julius Genachowksi as well as director of public-private initiatives.
According to Ballotpedia's unofficial results Gottheimer got 51.9% of the vote to Republican Scott Garrett's 48.1%.
Gottheimer was general manager for corporate strategy at Microsoft. He also helped create Connect2Compete and JerseyOn to promote high-speed broadband access to low-income students.
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