Our Conventions

March 2018: Getting Out the Vote to Protect Problem Solvers Caucus Members

In early 2018, Problem Solvers Caucus member Rep. Dan Lipinski (D-IL) faced a ferocious challenge from a far-left candidate in his Democratic primary. In the week before the election, No Labels volunteers hit the ground in Rep. Lipinski’s district knocking on doors and encouraging people to turn out to vote. The No Labels volunteers made a pivotal difference as Rep. Lipinski won by just 2,000 votes.

 

March 2017: National Problem Solvers Conference

More than 800 citizens—representing all 50 states—came to Washington for our most recent Problem Solvers Conference. Citizens spoke with Senators Susan Collins (R-ME), Ron Johnson (R-WI) and Joe Manchin (D-WV); and more than a dozen members of the Problem Solvers Caucus and descended on Capitol Hill offices to talk about No Labels with their elected representatives.

 

OCTOBER 2015: No Labels Problem Solvers Convention

More than 1500 voters from across the country attended the Problem Solver Convention, in which eight presidential candidates – 5 Republican and 3 Democratic candidates – participated. This convention united voters of all party affiliations, and spanned generations, with over 150 college chapter leaders in attendance.

In a history-making event, all eight of the presidential candidates concurred that our political system in Washington is broken and must be fixed – an enormous feat in today’s divided political climate.