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FROM MAINE TO MAUI, FOLKS WHO HAVE HAD IT WITH PARTISAN BICKERING AND GRIDLOCK ARE LOOKING FOR INTELLIGENT LEADERS WHO AREN’T AFRAID TO SET ASIDE THEIR DIFFERENCES, PUT THE COUNTRY FIRST AND GET THINGS DONE.
Cynics might say that you’ve a better chance of spotting a leprechaun riding a unicorn.
But at No Labels, we think that fixing America isn’t a fantasy. It’s a necessity. And the only way we’re going to do it is by identifying political leaders who are willing to put country before party and work with their fellow legislators to achieve a set of concrete goals that will have real meaning for all Americans.
The good news: Those leaders are out there – and we’re finding more every day.
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The seal of approval
We have awarded more than 70 members of Congress the No Labels Problem Solver seal of approval.
To earn the Problem Solver seal, a senator or representative must first agree to a simple but unprecedented principle.
This principle states that the initial step in moving the country forward is for our legislators to agree to a specific set of national goals before getting into the weeds of policy-making.
A first-of-its kind approach
Deciding upon an explicit goal and then setting out to achieve it is a basic operational approach familiar to anyone who has ever collaborated with another to build a block tower, plan a parade, jump start a car or land an astronaut on the moon.
And yet – amazingly – America has never been governed this way. Rather than pursuing an agreed-upon set of goals, our nation has lurched from issue to issue on an ad hoc basis, with one side proposing a policy and the other reacting seemingly in the moment.
It's no way to run a taco truck, let alone the country.
Refreshingly, the legislators who have earned the Problem Solver seal – leaders from both sides of the aisle and all parts of the country – recognize the clunkiness and inefficiency of this approach. And they realize that mutually agreeing to a set of goals as a first step – before crafting policies – is our best chance to get this country moving again.
A ROADMAP FOR THE NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES:
THE NATIONAL STRATEGIC AGENDA.
The second criterion a leader must meet to earn the Problem Solver seal is to agree to four specific goals that if achieved, will be instrumental in moving America forward into the 21st century:
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National Strategic Agenda
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The leprechaun-and-unicorn crowd might say otherwise, but we believe that America’s leaders can get the country moving again if they first agree to a process, then to a set of goals – and then get to work.
The first 100 days of the next president's term represents the best chance for finally addressing the major issues of the nation. We need citizens all across this country to join our movement in demanding that our next leader sets goals with the opposing party from the start so that we can ensure the new politics of problem solving can begin.
America has the means to be great once again – of course we do. Together, we can give our government the energy and focus it needs to put an end to the infighting, get things done and put America back where it belongs.
The Ampersand icon for Problem Solvers is a strong symbol of collaboration and cooperation.
The design incorporates an interlocking "P" and "S" so constituents can easily identify which Senators
and Representatives are Problem Solvers trying to unite the country instead of dividing it.