No Labels East Hampton VillageJuly 7, 2023 Dear Editor, I’m a new vice chair at No Labels, where we’re working to provide ballot access in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., for a moderate, independent ticket of one Republican and one Democrat for the presidential race in 2024. The two major parties continue to speak […]
Letter to the Editor We are living in a time when our political system is deeply fractured. Both Republicans and Democrats seem more interested in engaging in partisan warfare than in uniting to address the needs of constituents. It’s no wonder we’re seeing widespread dissatisfaction and mistrust in our democratic institutions. And with over 40% […]
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) […]
[Read the original article on The Fulcrum] My friends have it wrong. I recently reached out to many of them about an effort to combat the intentional efforts by “Big Lie” candidates to take over nonpartisan election positions in key states where, had they been in place, the 2020 election may have gone to Donald […]
The extremism of both Parties is the real threat. And the only solution is for those of us in the middle—the “exhausted majority”—to rise up and push back on these divisive forces.
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 […]