No Labels to Abandon Third Party Bid for 2024

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that No Labels will not field a third party ticket in 2024. A formal announcement is expected Monday. 

The decision comes after the death of one of the group's founding co-chairs, former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman. 

While No Labels said it had secured ballot access in 19 states, it was unable to secure interest from top-tier candidates to represent it on a centrist "unity ticket". Those that have turned it down include former Republican Govs. Chris Christie (NJ) and Larry Hogan (MD), Senator Joe Manchin (WV-D), and former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley. 

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