No Labels Party Qualifies for Arizona Ballot in 2024, Worries Democrats

On Tuesday the Arizona Secretary of State announced that the No Labels Party, a centrist political party, has surpassed the minimum requirement for signatures to be placed on a ballot, and has qualified as a party for federal, state and legislative races in the 2024 primaries and general elections. 

A Democratic think tank named Third Way criticized the No Labels Party in a memo, insisting it would only play a role as spoiler for Democratic candidates, ultimately leading to Trump being reelected.

An electoral map the group has circulating shows a No Labels path to victory — winning two-thirds of their electoral votes in states Biden won in 2020, including such Democratic strongholds as Illinois, Washington and Biden’s home state of Delaware.

No Labels states that a third party would draw equally from both Republican and Democratic candidates.

“If the two presidential nominees in 2024 decide to placate the extreme voices in their respective parties — there will be a once in a generation opening for a centrist candidate to run and win the White House,” the group said. “It is time for the center of this country to have a voice and a seat at the table. Those that seek to malign this effort with unfounded conventional thinking are protecting the establishment status quo and missing the larger yearnings of the American public.”


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