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Weekly Wrap-Up: Howard Schultz & No Labels

Weekly Wrap-Up: Howard Schultz & No Labels

This morning on MSNBC’s Morning Joe, No Labels Co-Founder Mark McKinnon announced the No Labels “Conversation with America” campaign, featuring Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.

The National Telephone Town Hall with Mr. Schultz will reach tens of thousands of citizens on Tuesday, September 6 at 7:30 p.m. eastern time. RSVP to the telephone town hall here.

Articles about the town hall have already appeared in The Seattle Times and Portland Biz Journal. It will also be live-streamed.

On Sunday, No Labels will appear on a full-page ad in the Sunday New York Times.

Other No Labels highlights this week include:

  • Watch No Labels Citizen Leader Debbie Hauser share the No Labels perspective on the week’s political happenings on Fox & Friends.
  • For IPad lovers, check out The Daily, the IPad only newspaper, for a lengthy piece on the No Labels Town Hall Survey this weekend.
  • Read our latest Just the Facts on options to solve our debt crisis.
  • Learn about Scott Monsky, in our latest in a series of Citizen Leader profiles.

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