Will No Labels run a third-party candidate for president in 2024?
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The political group No Labels has announced plans for creating a third party in the American political scene, aimed at independent voters. They have said that they will decide whether or not to nominate a ticket after the "Super Tuesday" primaries in March 2024. Will they do so?

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/no-labels-is-chasing-a-fantasy/

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It looks like this will resolve NO, but waiting for an official announcement from No Labels.

@Gabrielle I would expect it to be posted here on their website: No Labels - Latest from No Labels.

@TimothyJohnson5c16 Good to know, thanks! The rumor is that they’re going to make the announcement on Monday.

@Gabrielle It's up now: No Labels 2024 Ballot Project - No Labels.

"Today, No Labels is ending our effort to put forth a Unity ticket in the 2024 presidential election."

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Evaluation criteria: what does "run" mean here? Float a name for up to a few months, or get&keep them on ballots to be voted on?

@JamesBakerc884 I'm looking for some official action, think filing with the Federal Election Commission. I'm not very familiar with the procedures though, so I don't want to say a specific action that might not make sense for a third party. Alternatively I'll accept No Labels making a specific announcement that they are going to be supporting a third party ticket, but it needs to be completely clear, not a vague suggestion.

I am going to extend this market's close date until the election, but I'll resolve early either way if No Labels makes their position clear.

https://deadline.com/2023/07/no-labels-town-hall-joe-manchin-1235439544/

This is the season of political town halls, but there’s one on Monday evening that is garnering some attention in the media pundit class: An event featuring Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman designed to promote the group No Labels.

The streamed event from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH, is designed to outline a No Labels policy agenda as the group looks to get behind a third-party presidential ticket, focused on the idea that there is a “common sense” bipartisan solution to political polarization.

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