NO LABELS is an American political organization aimed at combating partisan dysfunction in politics and focused on problem solving. Its motto is "Stop fighting, start fixing."
In 2017, No Labels promoted the creation of the House Problem Solvers Caucus made of Democrats and Republicans working together on some of the most divisive issues.
It is a non-profit, 501(c) organization headquartered in Washington, DC.
This organization also manages 'No Labels Problem Solvers PAC', a Political Action Committee.
They claim to give "a voice to all the people in the middle", which may be a way to call oneself centrist without using a label ;-)more » « less
|Partnership for Public Service||George Victor Voinovich, Joe Lieberman, Tom Davis|
|Microsoft Corporation||Mark Penn, Charlie Salem|
|Oversight of Government Management, the Federal Workforce, and the District of Columbia Subcommittee||George Victor Voinovich, Joe Lieberman|
|Bill Clinton||Bill Galston, Nancy Jacobson|
|Brookings Institution||Bill Galston, Andrew H Tisch|
|The Washington Institute for Near East Policy||Andrew H Tisch, Joe Lieberman|
|George Mason University||Tom Davis, Gary Shapiro|
|Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget||George Victor Voinovich, Jim Cooper|
|AmericaSpeaks||Bill Galston, Mickey Edwards|
|Fix the Debt||Ted Buerger, Andrew H Tisch|
|The Can Kicks Back||Evan Bayh, Mickey Edwards|
|Burson Cohn & Wolfe||Donald A Baer, Mark Penn|
|Chevron||Jon M Huntsman Jr|
|Ford Motor Company||Jon M Huntsman Jr|
|Goldman Sachs||Robert S Kaplan|
|The Procter & Gamble Company||Nelson Peltz|
|Caterpillar, Inc.||Jon M Huntsman Jr|
|Mondelēz International, Inc.||Nelson Peltz|
|State Street Corporation||Robert S Kaplan|