No Labels, the centrist group which was trying to field a third-party presidential candidate, is abandoning its efforts to find someone to lead its “unity ticket.” WSJ’s Ken Thomas explains how the group spent millions of dollars and months of work but ultimately came up short. 



Further Reading: 

- How the No Labels 2024 Presidential Campaign Failed to Launch 



Further Listening: 

- Donald Trump’s Meme Stock Moment 

- Biden vs. Trump: The Rematch Nobody Wants 



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Why No Labels’ Presidential Campaign Failed to Launch

APR 8, 202421 MIN
The Journal.

Why No Labels’ Presidential Campaign Failed to Launch

APR 8, 202421 MIN

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No Labels, the centrist group which was trying to field a third-party presidential candidate, is abandoning its efforts to find someone to lead its “unity ticket.” WSJ’s Ken Thomas explains how the group spent millions of dollars and months of work but ultimately came up short. 


Further Reading:

- How the No Labels 2024 Presidential Campaign Failed to Launch 


Further Listening:

- Donald Trump’s Meme Stock Moment 

- Biden vs. Trump: The Rematch Nobody Wants 


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