Third-Party No Labels Looking To Start Their 2024 Presidential Campaign

Seeing that the 2024 presidential election will be a rematch of 2020 between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, a third-party political group has decided to move ahead with their presidential campaign.

On Friday, No Labels delegates will vote to move forward with running a campaign for the election, according to two sources familiar with the subject. The 800 delegates are expected to meet virtually but will not release who their presidential and vice presidential candidates are.

According to the sources who agreed to disclose information in exchange for anonymity, the party will hold a formal selection process sometime next week, and the candidates will be chosen in a few weeks.

The group said they were speaking with potential candidates but did not drop any names. While there have been many high-profile contenders for president, none of them have decided to run on the No Labels ticket.

After losing miserably to Trump, former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) has announced that she will not be running for president under No Labels.

Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) also reported that he will not be running for president or seeking re-election for the Senate.

Former Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R-MD) announced that he will be running for a seat in the Senate, even though he has been involved in No Labels.

No Labels strategists have stated that they would choose a presidential candidate from either of the major parties and the vice president from the other, creating a “unity ticket.”

“A unity ticket means a Republican and a Democrat. And we are talking to Republicans, Democrats, and independents,” said No Labels national co-chair Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis on MSNBC’s “The Weekend” last month.

This could prove to steal votes from either side, considering there are many voters who do not want to vote for Biden or Trump.

Former Democratic Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT), a founding chair of No Labels, stated that they would only choose a candidate if they think the person has “a realistic chance to win.” He said that they are in no way trying to be a “spoiler” in the election — though No Labels founder and CEO Nancy Jacobson said they will end their presidential run if it increases Trump’s chances of winning.

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