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Daily Beast: “Top six officials pulled in $1.5 million in salary—averaging just over $240,000 per person.”
No Labels “has declined to share virtually any information about who is supporting its ambitious challenge” in 2024.
Washington, D.C. – In response to new reporting by the Daily Beast that finds “the centrist group plotting a 2024 challenge is raising lots of dough, padding its leaders’ paychecks,” MoveOn Political Action Chief Communications Officer Joel Payne released the following statement:
“The millionaires who run No Labels can live without another vacation home, but our country and democracy can’t endure another four years of Donald Trump. We already knew No Labels is a shady, dark money political party, and now we know they’re also padding their own pockets and could make themselves even richer if they follow through with a presidential ticket. They don’t care if they put Trump back in the White House if it means a massive payday for themselves. They should immediately disclose their donors and put an end to this dangerous and misguided presidential ticket.”
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Last week, Rachel Maddow said: “The whole No Labels thing is by people who are hoping that Donald Trump is going to get elected and that they can peel off seemingly moderate voters from voting for a Democratic incumbent president.” Watch the clip here.
MoveOn Political Action Executive Director Rahna Epting recently appeared on NPR’s “Open to Debate,” laid out how No Labels has no path to 2024, and challenged the party to release its dark money donors. Epting also penned an opinion piece for MSNBC with Third Way’s executive vice president, Matt Bennett, outlining how high the stakes are to stop No Labels.
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