Chris Christie in No Labels’s sights as third-party homes in on election plans: Report

Former Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie might be on a short list for No Labels, which is seeking to establish a bipartisan, third-party ticket ahead of the 2024 presidential election. 

Christie, previously undeterred by recommendations to drop out of the race for the Republican primary, withdrew his candidacy Wednesday. NBC News reported that three unnamed sources have since claimed No Labels reached out to the former governor through his allies and donors, though Christie’s campaign manager, Maria Comella, told NBC he was not involved in these conversations.   

“Neither the governor nor anyone on the campaign has had conversations with No Labels,” Comella said. However, Comella added that Christie was “not going away.” 

On Thursday, former Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) and co-chair of No Labels said Christie should consider running on the third-party ticket, saying he was “No
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