Wins for Bipartisanship on Election Night

Wins for Bipartisanship on Election Night

As the results of the 2022 midterms continue to flow in, No Labels is thrilled that there was a strong showing for many of the most bipartisan members of Congress in their elections.

At a time when Washington is so divided, these public servants are committed to working across party lines on commonsense solutions to get things done for their constituents.

Here’s what some of these Problem Solvers are saying as they enjoy their well-earned victories:

Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA)

“Our community is not far-left or far-right, we are centrist and pragmatic…Our People’s Movement is about building bridges at a time when too many are trying to burn them. We must start listening more than lecturing, viewing diversity of thought as a strength to be harnessed, not a weakness to be criticized…We need to be one community, now more than ever and I am excited to continue this fight in Congress”

Rep Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ)

“Thank you to North Jersey and all our supporters — Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. From the bottom of my heart, I will never forget your hard work — texts, calls, and getting out the vote. Tonight, common sense won. Extremism lost.”

Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI)

“Tonight, voters here made clear that the politics of division are not what they want for our families or our state. I’m honored to be elected to represent #MI07, particularly at a moment that demands serious, pragmatic leadership. Let’s get to work!”

Rep. Peter Welch (D-VT)

"It's been an incredible privilege to have served Vermont in the U.S. House for the past 16 years where I've worked to bring the 'Vermont Way' of mutual respect, civility, and finding common ground to Washington, D.C… I am ready to bring that approach and get to work on Day One in the Senate to address the urgent challenges we face…"

No Labels is proud to have cofounded the Problem Solvers Caucus in the House and to have connected them with so many bipartisan allies in the Senate. They are truly committed to finding common ground on the challenges our nation faces.