“No Labels Radio: A Town Hall with America” offers listeners monthly call-in forum with political leaders including former Governor Jon Huntsman, former Senator Evan Bayh and Democratic and Republican members of Congress committed to ending gridlock in Washington, D.C.
No Labels honorary co-chair Senator Joe Manchin scheduled to join Huntsman on inaugural edition live from SiriusXM’s Washington, D.C., studios
Rep. Ami Bera, D-Calif.; Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I.; Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill.; and Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill. to Participate in First Ever Google+ Hangout for Problem Solvers
ChallengePost, a leading software competitions platform, today launched the “Apps for Working Government Challenge” to highlight innovative apps that make government more transparent and effective. Along with partners Sunlight Foundation, Personal Democracy Media, The Monkey Cage, and No Labels, ChallengePost invites software developers to enter new or existing applications that can help reduce partisan gridlock and increase legislative productivity at the federal, state, or local level.
DALLAS, TX – The Press Club of Dallas will host “An Evening of No Labels with Mark McKinnon.” McKinnon is a co-founder of the growing citizens’ movement of Democrats, Republicans and anyone in between dedicated to a new politics of problem solving.
The President is scheduled to deliver his budget later than any other president not in his first term.
Pins Were Previously Worn by 40+ U.S. House and Senate Members at President Obama’s State of the Union Address
Forty congressional Democrats and Republicans are preparing to proudly tout their membership in No Labels' "problem solvers" group by wearing the group's "Stop Fighting, Start Fixing" pin at President Obama's State of the Union address.
Historic Grassroots Backed Measure Holds Congress Accountable to the American People
Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed No Budget, No Pay as a key part of the House debt ceiling extension bill. No Budget, No Pay was conceived by No Labels over a year ago as part of the Make Congress Work! action plan to break the gridlock in Washington.
Call for Members of Congress to Not Receive Pay If Budget Is Not Passed