No Labels currently has legislation before the House and the Senate. Each bill calls for focused problem solving to be the default setting for how Congress does business. Find out if your members of Congress are co-sponsors of the resolutions. If they aren’t, use our links to contact them.
No Labels is everywhere! Follow No Labels across a wealth of social media platforms. Keep up to date with our latest activities, see behind-the-scenes content, and use all of your devices and platforms to spread the No Labels message to everyone in your sphere.
“Letters To The Editor” is one of the most widely read sections of any newspaper. Writing a letter to your paper is a great way to speak directly with the people in your community about No Labels and the issues your care about.
No Labels has more than 75 college chapters around the country – and we’re always looking for more. Want to join a chapter on your campus? Register to join or start a new chapter on your campus here.
No Labels wants supporters to get out there and bird dog the candidates – ask them pointed questions about how, specifically, they are going to unite the country (i.e. What steps will they take? Will they set goals with leaders from the other political party?) and get their answers on the record. Asking our leaders questions like this is not only important work, it’s also fun and a little bit thrilling.
Rotary Clubs, Junior Leagues, lodges and clubs around the nation are eager for new information to share with their members. Ask your local groups to include information about No Labels in their next e-newsletter or post a notice about us on their bulletin board (actual or virtual). If you’re feeling especially
forceful, ask these groups to host you as a guest speaker. Email Dan.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Any excuse for a party – and in this case, here’s a good one! Host a No Labels House Party and sign up your friends and neighbors as NL members. Make it a point to invite people from all walks of life and all viewpoints. You can make it a general “get to know ya” event, or organize everything around a specific issue or theme (like our Resolutions).