Unity Ticket 2024 FAQs
What does No Labels stand for?
We are a growing national movement of commonsense Americans pushing our leaders together to solve our country’s biggest problems. Our movement includes conservatives, liberals, and everyone in between--but we are all united by certain fundamental beliefs.
- We care about this country more than the demands of any political party.
- We believe political leaders need to listen more to the majority of Americans and less to extremists on the far left and far right.
- We are grateful to live in a country where we can openly disagree with other people.
- We believe America isn’t perfect, but we love this country and would not want to live any place else.
- We can still love and respect people who do not share our political opinions.
- We support, and are grateful for, the U.S. military.
What is the No Labels 2024 insurance project?
In poll after poll, two-thirds of American voters are unhappy with the choices they are likely to have in the 2024 presidential election. No Labels is working to give the American voters a better choice should they want it. We have a strategy to get on 50 state ballots and the District of Columbia in time to potentially offer our ballot line to an independent Unity ticket in 2024 if that’s what the American people want.
Who funds No Labels?
We have thousands of individual donors from across the country and across the political spectrum. No Labels does not accept money from Washington special interests. But we never release the names of our supporters because it is essential to protect their privacy.
Right now, there is a well-funded and coordinated campaign to intimidate and bully No Labels supporters and pressure them to abandon our movement. This campaign is being waged by a group of powerful party officials and operatives who claim to be protecting democracy when they are, in fact, undermining it.
These antidemocratic forces are working to deny No Labels ballot access, and they are violating Americans’ fundamental constitutional rights like freedom of speech and association.
The Supreme Court has long held that supporters of 501(c)(4) nonprofit groups like No Labels have a right to privacy and must be free to associate without intimidation.
No Labels opponents are running the same anti-democratic playbook as those who sought to deny Americans’ constitutional rights in the past. That’s why No Labels national co-chair Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. – a 60-year veteran of the Civil Rights movement – says those who are opposing No Labels’ right to get on the ballot are engaged in voter suppression.
Why does No Labels believe an independent Unity ticket could win?
Because this moment is unlike any other time in modern U.S. political history, and because a growing commonsense majority is so clearly looking for alternatives to the choices the two major parties may offer in 2024.
Our polling shows 63% of Americans would be open to supporting a moderate independent presidential candidate in 2024 if the alternatives are Donald Trump and Joe Biden. That’s an unprecedented figure that reflects how fed up the American people are with the division in our country and how hungry they are for better choices.
Is No Labels a political party?
Can a candidate for a down-ballot office hijack the No Labels ballot line?
When will No Labels determine whether to offer its ballot line to a Unity ticket?
No Labels will determine whether to move forward shortly after March 15, 2024.
How will No Labels select a Unity ticket?
We are conducting our selection process virtually with our members from across the country. We will have more details on our selection process when it is finalized, and we look forward to hearing the views of our community on who they want to see on a Unity ticket in 2024. It will be a virtual process featuring significant input from the No Labels community, and the details will be announced in 2024.
Which candidates are No Labels considering for inclusion on a Unity ticket?
What is the No Labels Common Sense policy booklet?
No Labels released the Common Sense policy booklet in July 2023. It provides a clear blueprint for where America’s commonsense majority wants this country to go – and it shows how we can address even the most contentious issues with civility and respect.
We spent over a year talking to tens of thousands of Americans, surveying them to understand their aspirations and priorities for the country. The result is Common Sense.
No Labels released Common Sense because we want to shape the debate in the 2024 election. Lately, candidates only speak to the small sliver of voters who show up in their party primaries. Common Sense speaks to – and for – everyone else.
Wouldn't a No Labels Unity ticket just be a "spoiler" in the 2024 election?
Would No Labels nominate an independent Unity ticket in 2024 if the Democratic nominee is President Biden and the Republican nominee is former President Trump?
Would No Labels use its ballot line in the states to nominate candidates for any offices other than the presidency of the United States?
Is No Labels secretly working to elect former President Trump?
Is No Labels funded by Trump supporters?
Will the No Labels’ effort throw the presidential election into the House of Representatives?
Did No Labels give Trump a Problem Solver Seal?
Who is working to deny No Labels ballot access in the states?
There is a well-funded and organized effort being run from Washington, D.C., featuring senior party officials and political operatives.
No Labels and our supporters are also witnessing state officials erect barriers that limit our access to the ballot, often with fabricated and unprecedented roadblocks with little or no legal foundation.
We believe that federal and state officials – and anyone coordinating with them – acting to deny No Labels and its supporters their rights are violating three fundamental constitutional rights guaranteed to all Americans:
- First Amendment right to freedom of association;
- Fourteenth Amendment right to due process;
- Fourteenth Amendment right to equal protection under the law.
No Labels welcomes robust debate on the many issues confronting our country. We understand that politics is often rough and tumble. However, the efforts to deny No Labels access to the ballot and harass its supporters are undemocratic, unconstitutional, immoral, and potentially illegal.
No Labels seeks to expand the choices available to an electorate clearly dissatisfied with the options currently offered by the two major political parties.
We will vigorously defend the constitutional and statutory rights of No Labels, our supporters, and all Americans.
What role does No Labels have with the Problem Solvers Caucus?
No Labels and the Problem Solvers Caucus are separate entities. No Labels created the House Problem Solvers Caucus, which today counts over 60 members — evenly divided between the parties — committed to working side by side on two-party solutions.
The Problem Solvers Caucus developed out of informal "get to know you" meetings on Capitol Hill hosted by No Labels in 2011. Our mission evolved over time, and the group became larger and more structured. Today, the House Problem Solvers are a formal, member-driven Caucus co-chaired by Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick and Josh Gottheimer.
No Labels also created regular “bicameral” meetings featuring House Problem Solvers and a bipartisan group of Senate allies. This innovation helped create an entirely new governing process on Capitol Hill and helped build the trust necessary for these courageous leaders to lead the passage of legislation like the historic 2021 bipartisan infrastructure bill.