Rep. Brad Schneider: Why I am a Problem Solver

Rep. Brad Schneider: Why I am a Problem Solver

I am always willing to partner with anyone—Democrat or Republican—who has good ideas, an open mind and willingness to work together. It’s in this vein that I’m proud to join my colleagues as one of the "No Labels Problem Solvers."

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    Rep. Peter Welch
    “One of the highest principles all of us claim is a commitment to getting things done for our country. So how do we do that? Like we do in Vermont, let’s focus on the things we can agree on, not just the differences between us. It’s an old-fashioned way of working together that we must restore in Congress.”
  • January 16, 2014
    Rep. Charlie Dent
    “There are plenty of members on both sides of the aisle who want to get beyond this trench warfare. It will require members of Congress who are not afraid to step out of their comfort zones and who are prepared to deal with a backlash for participating in a consensus-driven process for the good of the country.”
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    No Labels
    At No Labels, we leave our party agendas at the door when we come together. But what we bring with us are diverse backgrounds, interests, and experiences that have shaped us and led to a conviction that our country is best served when our leaders work together. The story below about No Labels Co-...

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