Four times the No Labels third-party initiative took a hit

No Labels has been working tirelessly to launch a third-party ballot initiative in a majority of states ahead of the 2024 election but has hit several roadblocks from opponents on both sides of the aisle who believe an independent ticket will doom one candidate or the other this November.

Despite an onslaught of legal challenges and campaign attacks against the third-party organization, No Labels said it remains undeterred from its mission. The group expects to be on the ballot in 32 states, while the other 18 have ballot access requirements that would become the unity ticket candidates’ job to take on.

Most recently, the group has lost two of its rumored front-runners for an independent ticket, former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), either to other campaigns or their declining to push forward
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