Joe Manchin has never been afraid to be independent and reach across the aisle, and that’s why he is serving as the co-chair of No Labels, a group of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents working to bring leaders together to solve problems.
Senator Manchin wants to bring both sides together to end the hyper-partisan gridlock in Washington. Check out the highlights from last week’s announcement:
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., thinks politicians should represent the interests of their constituents, not the interests of their party.
Manchin said he hopes his recently announced role as one of the honorary co-chairs of No Labels, an organization that aims to encourage bipartisanship in Washington, will prove that it’s possible for the nation’s lawmakers to work together for the good of the people.
Manchin: “We’ve got to get along and show civility, and show that we can work together and function together.”
WATCH NOW ➡️ Senator Manchin is reaching across the aisle to make things happen for West Virginia. Learn more about his leadership to bring together Democrats and Republicans.
Posted by Joe Manchin on Thursday, November 9, 2017
No Labels is a movement of committed Republicans, Democrats and independents who support leaders who govern from the center and resist the ideological extremes that “stain modern politics.”
Manchin: “I knew this was the right organization to hold America together.”
WATCH NOW: Joe Manchin will co-chair No Labels, a group of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents working to bring leaders together to solve problems. Joe is always working to find common ground to help the people of West Virginia. #WVSen
Posted by Joe Manchin on Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Former Sen. Joe Lieberman of Connecticut, who’s a national co-chairman, says the goal of No Labels is to counter “rising political extremism with an aggressive bipartisan push to solve problems.”