Jane Bobbitt Hill
Born and raised in southeastern West Virginia, Jane Bobbitt Hill is the state co-chair for No Labels in Wyoming.
After earning her B.A. in political science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Jane arrived in Washington, D.C., serving as chief of staff in the executive branch and as a staffer to Rep. Alan B. Mollohan (D-W.Va.). Afterwards, she worked as an assistant secretary under Commerce Secretaries Ron Brown, Mickey Kantor and William Daley.
Now living in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with deep ties to her home state of West Virginia, Jane serves as No Labels co-chair in Wyoming.
Jane says that the longer she lives in the Rocky Mountain West, the more she feels the bureaucracy “inside of the Beltway” is disconnected from the rest of America. A lifelong Democrat, she believes that bipartisanship is key to finding solutions for the nation, from issues about education to economic opportunity.
Jane is particularly concerned about how disillusioned Americans have become with the electoral process and is hopeful No Labels can help elevate a new generation of bipartisan leadership.
Jane says, “People are angry, and I believe in the wisdom of the people.”