Tag: bipartisan

Your Sacred Right

For over a year, No Labels has been working to defend a sacred right of every American citizen: The right to choose the leaders who represent us.   We, the people, have a constitutional right not only to cast a vote for whomever we choose. We also have the right to decide which candidates and parties […]


No Labels National Co-Chairs, Former Senator Joe Lieberman and Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jr., Respond to Coordinated Attacks to Restrict Voters Choices in 2024 This issue is about voter choice.   That’s democracy.   Why would these Democratic groups try to block voter choice?   Fear of losing isn’t a sufficient answer.   If your candidate […]

Secret Meetings and Political Mudslinging? No, Thanks.

Two-thirds of Americans don’t want a rematch of the 2020 election that both parties seem determined to give us. At such a moment, you might think the powers that be in Washington would stop the political mudslinging that turns so many Americans off, and start addressing the reasons we’re so dissatisfied in the first place.   Instead, we […]

Donald Trump Should Never Again be President

Hi Friend, As enthusiasm for No Labels’ 2024 presidential insurance project has spread, so too has the false malicious charge that our effort is designed or destined to elect Donald Trump in 2024. We are the national co-chairs of No Labels and want to be very clear about what we, and our movement, believe: Donald […]

False Attacks

To all No Labels Supporters: As volunteers like you, we want you to be on guard for false attacks against No Labels and our efforts to broaden our democracy. We have it on good authority from multiple Democratic Party sources that a collection of extreme groups is putting together a campaign of false attacks. They want […]

Begala’s assessment simply isn’t true.

CNN – Opinion: How a third party could unintentionally lead to a Trump 2024 victory This assessment simply isn’t true. 1) No Labels has modeled the election with Trump, Biden and an “independent moderate” ticket, and found that such a ticket would pull EQUALLY from Biden and Trump AND win more electors than both. 2) […]

To What Degree Is Poverty a Systemic Problem?

The two books I chose to read recently—Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance, and Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope by Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn—deal with the same cultural trend in America and both pose a question that divides American politics: to what degree is poverty a structural and […]