The Future of American Politics: No Labels, Third-Party Candidates, and President Biden
Moore: No Labels Lacks a Plan, Path, and Policy Platform
According to Maryland Governor Moore, No Labels, a group searching for a centrist candidate like Manchin to potentially run in the upcoming elections, is not the solution for disillusioned voters. Moore emphasized that No Labels is devoid of any concrete plan, path, or policy platform. In fact, they don’t even have a candidate yet.
Biden’s Accomplishments as President Will Secure His Reelection
Regardless of the potential third-party candidates such as Manchin, Cornel West, Jill Stein, and Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Governor Moore firmly believes that President Biden will be able to persuade American voters to reelect him based on his achievements in office. Moore argues that it’s one thing to merely criticize the system, but Biden has consistently shown a commitment to actively improve it. The President has delivered real and productive results for the people of this country.
Hogan: Uncertainty Surrounding Manchin’s Presidential Bid
Larry Hogan, Moore’s predecessor as Governor of Maryland and the national co-chair of No Labels, commended Manchin for his work with the organization. However, Hogan expressed uncertainty regarding whether Manchin will ultimately run for president. Hogan pointed out that Manchin is skilled at staying in the center of attention and desires to contribute to the ongoing discussion. Yet, he remains unsure if the recent hype surrounding Manchin will translate into a full-fledged presidential campaign.
Read More of this Story at www.politico.com – 2023-11-12 15:47:31
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