No Labels files election interference complaint with Justice Department

As of now, No Labels doesn't have a candidate that is running.

Published: January 19, 2024 2:45pm

No Labels has filed a complaint with the Justice Department, requesting an investigation about alleged interference to keep the centrist, bipartisan political party off the 2024 ballot.

According to CBS News, No Labels alleges Democrat-led groups are leading efforts to keep the political party off the ballot in all 50 states.

"We have set forth substantial evidence and allege that based on that evidence, there is a group of activists and artists and party officials who have participated in alleged illegal conspiracy to use intimidation, harassment and fear against representatives of no labels, its donors and as potential candidates," the group's lawyer Dan Webb announced Thursday. 

The 11-page complaint submitted by the group reads that it's "one thing to oppose candidates who are running; it's another to use intimidation to prevent them from even getting in front of the voters." 

According to the complaint, one group is using intimidation tactics to keep No Labels off the ballot.

Groups listed in the complaint include the Lincoln Project, End Citizens United and MoveOn Political Action.

The Justice Department as of Friday afternoon had yet to respond to the letter.

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