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Check out these stories from No Labelers just like you.
Citizen Leader Thomas Byrnes (GA) owns a highway sign and realized he could use it to promote No Labels. If you aren’t driving northbound on I-95 and U.S. Route 17 in Georgia anytime soon, check out the photos here: No Labels, Make Congress Work and No Budget, No Pay.
Citizen Leader Kendall Wright (CA) posted this on his Facebook wall about his experience meeting with his representative’s office last week about No Budget, No Pay:
“The meeting in my congressman's local office today gave me the opportunity to participate, along with a gathering of astonishingly informed and articulate colleagues, in the only process that can make our government work--speaking out. My friends, there is NO "other guy" who will save us from the disintegration of our government. You and I ARE those people. Take a few minutes to hear about a non-partisan group, 500,000-strong, that promotes positive action over agenda.”
Citizen Leaders Robert Vane and Frank Law (AZ) met with the district director of the 1st congressional district in Arizona. Frank drove three hours to attend the meeting – 6 hours roundtrip!
Citizen Leader Scott Ehredt (IA) spoke with an Iowa representative’s office and to his surprise, found out that the Iowa representative plans to co-sponsor the No Budget, No Pay bill!
Citizen Leader Marlene Glassman (NJ) attended a discussion with her representative, and following the talk, introduced herself as a member of No Labels. She asked her representative if he would co-sponsor the No Budget, No Pay bill and is now in the process of scheduling a meeting to further discuss No Labels with him.
These stories demonstrate the real work that is being done every day by No Labels citizens to move our country forward -- we hope they inspire you to think about the ways you can help No Labels this week. Feel free to share your story or contact me, Dan (Field Director, 202-588-1990, Dan@nolabels.org) with any questions.