NO LABELS RELEASES INTERESTED PARTIES MEMO DOCUMENTING FALSEHOODS REGARDING 2024 ELECTION
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In advance of an Open to Debate conversation with a representative of Move On, No Labels is releasing an Interested Parties Memo outlining the falsehoods behind the chief claims against the organization’s 2024 ballot access efforts.
For months now, Democratic groups have been working to thwart the will of the commonsense majority and limit voters’ choices in 2024. As documented in the memo, the arguments being made by No Labels’ opposition clearly do not add up. The Interested Parties Memo at this link fact checks the major myths spread by No Labels’ opponents.
Some major points from the memo:
- Trump does indeed have an unshakeable base – the people Trump infamously said would still vote for him if he shot somebody “in the middle of Fifth Avenue.”
- But No Labels’ opponents claim Trump’s base is 40 percent to 45 percent of the general electorate.
- Not even close. Only half of Republicans have a “very favorable” view of Trump; and in the 2024 general election, Republicans will – at most – represent 36 percent of the electorate (based on 2020 exit poll data).
- Half of 36 percent is 18 percent. This is Trump’s hardcore base. Given that 158 million Americans voted in the 2020 election, we can expect just over 28 million voters to be with Trump no matter what.
- Only 39 percent of Democrats ‘strongly approve’ of President Biden’s performance as president, and Democrats will – at most – represent about 37 percent of the overall electorate in 2024. Thirty-nine percent of 37 percent is 14 percent. This is Biden’s hardcore base, which represents about 23 million voters.
- It all adds up to a historic opportunity for a No Labels Unity ticket in 2024.
Since its founding in 2009, No Labels has worked to give voice to America’s commonsense majority. Now, No Labels is working to get ballot access in states across the country, and we may offer our ballot line to an independent Unity presidential ticket if that’s what the American people clearly want. www.nolabels.org.
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