The first year of a new administration has historically been the most opportune time for Washington to get things done, but our elected officials need a push; they need to understand that citizens are demanding real solutions to real problems like creating jobs, securing Social Security and Medicare, balancing the budget, and achieving energy security.
Our ground-up movement depends on citizens across the country making the case for No Labels to friends, family, neighbors, and their elected officials.
On March 1 – 2, 2017, No Labels will be hosting the first-ever Problem Solvers Conference, which will enable citizen leaders to seize the momentum of the new administration’s first 100 days. This is our chance to announce an emerging New Center in American politics and to jumpstart a long overdue national conversation focused on bipartisan problem solving.
At this meeting, you will learn about the key legislative priorities of the next president and Congress — including the Problem Solvers Caucus — as well as communications, organizing, and grassroots techniques from the nation’s top political leaders and tacticians.
In addition to the methods you will learn from the political leaders, you will also have the opportunity to become immersed in a network of citizen leaders nationwide who are working toward a constructive path forward for American politics.
No Labels is fast approaching our breakthrough moments as a voice for millions of citizens who feel left out of our political process and who demand a government that delivers real solutions.