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No Labels gives up its search for a 2024 third party presidential candidate.

Updated: Apr 8

For months, No Labels has been seeking a viable third party candidate to run against the Democratic and Republican candidates in the coming 2024 presidential election. Formed as a bipartisan, centrist organization years ago, they have asked and been refused by many potential candidates of both sides, and could find none that could see a path to victory.

Former presidential candidate Ross Perot addresses the first California statewide convention of the Reform Party, a political party he founded, on June 1, 1996. (Reed Saxon/AP)

Ross Perot tried it when he ran in 1992, and at one point was ahead in the polls. In the end, he captured just 19 percent of the national vote, and did not win in a single state.

This is good news for Democrats, where a third party candidate could be a  spoiler for a Biden reelection.

See the full story by Dan Balz, The Washington Post, April 6, 2024:

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