No Label Not Fielding a Presidential Candidate for 2024 Elections

The moderate political faction known as No Labels declared it would not run a presidential candidate in the upcoming 2024 election. The American political group claims it was founded to encourage centralism and bipartisanship.

A news release announced that No Labels would not be presenting a unity ticket for the 2024 presidential election. The American people are more receptive than ever before to the idea of a third party candidate for president and more eager than ever before to see a unified national leadership. No Labels has maintained its stance that it would not attach itself to a campaign until it finds a person with a realistic chance of becoming president. The group said the right thing to do would be to step aside because no such candidates surfaced.

A ticket containing people supported by No Labels would have probably struggled to gather momentum this year, with former President Trump, current President Joe Biden, and independent contender Robert F. Kennedy Jr. all in the mix.

The news release highlighted ongoing efforts to mobilize Americans and lawmakers via the Problem Solvers Caucus. The group was established in 2010 to challenge the political extremes and advance solutions to the most pressing issues facing the US.

After the election, No Labels claims it will stand firm in its commitment to the interests and principles held by the pragmatic majority in the US. It will convene a summit of community leaders to deliberate the future. According to the press release, the movement is just getting started.

In 2009, the founders of No Labels set out to end partisan gridlock in politics by forming a 501(c)(4) social welfare group. To better position itself to nominate an independent¬† ‘unity’ challenger for the presidential election, No Labels changed its focus in 2021 to seek ballot access in all fifty states and the District of Columbia.

The group’s refusal to reveal its funders has led some to accuse it of operating as a “dark money” agency and behaving like a political party, even though it is tax-exempt.