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  • During the 2012 election cycle, there will be thirty-three U.S. senate seats being contested, including 23 Democrats, 2 Independents and 10 Republicans.  Democrats Republicans Independents*CA – Feinstein AZ – Kyl CT - LiebermanDE – Carper IN – Lugar VT - SandersFL- Nelson (Bill) ME - SnoweHI – Akaka MA - BrownMD – Cardin MS - WickerMI – Stabenow NV - EnsignMN – Klobuchar TN - CorkerMO – McCaskill TX - HutchisonMT – Tester UT - HatchNE – Nelson WY - BarrassoNJ – MenendezNM – BingamanNY – GillibrandND – ConradOH – BrownPA – CaseyRI – WhitehouseVA – WebbWA – CantwellWV – ManchinWI - Kohl  
  • 18 States have open primaries – where Democrats can vote across party lines for Republicans and vice-versa. Independent and Unaffiliated voters can also vote for anyone on the ballot – California just a passed a proposition to open up their primary this past November19 States and DC have closed primaries – where Democrats must vote for Democrats and vice-versa. Independents and Unaffiliated voters are shut out of the process completely4 States – Massachusetts, New Jersey, Ohio, and Rhode Island – allow independents or unaffiliated voters to participate in the primaries – but Democrats must vote for Democrats and vice-versa4 States – Kansas, Montana, Utah, and West Virginia – have open Democratic Primaries, where Independents or Unaffiliated voters can participate on the democratic side, but are shut out on the Republican side3 states – Alaska, Illinois and Iowa have same-day registration
  • There are thousands of issue advocacy groups and think tanks in Washington…But no Citizen-driven movement, across the country, building a voice against the extremes on both sides of the aisle…We are Republicans, Democrats and Independents, who care deeply about issues and fostering bi-partisanship in the halls of Congress…We want our politics to evolve and for Americans to put country over party…We are No Labels.
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    • 1.
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    • 3. The Politics of Today<br />
    • 4. It’s About the Primary, Stupid<br />
    • 5. It’s the Primaries, Stupid!<br />Democratic Turnout Republican Turnout<br />2010 8.3% 10.5%<br />2006 8.7% 8.2%<br />2002 10.5% 8.8%<br />
    • 6. The Counterweight: <br />The No Labels Movement<br />
    • 7. Who We Are: <br />We are the Majority of Americans;<br />United as Republicans, Democrats and Independents;<br />Calling for our Leaders to <br />“Put their Labels Aside;”<br />Providing a Counterweight against the Hyper-partisan Extremes.<br />
    • 8. We Are the Majority<br />
    • 9. 2008 Presidential Election – Vote Results by States<br />
    • 10. 2008 Presidential Election – Vote Results by Counties<br />
    • 11. No Labels Launches<br />
    • 12. December 13, 2010 <br />No Labels Launch<br />Mayor Bloomberg, Governor Crist, Mayor Booker, <br />Mayor Villaraigosa, Senator Bayh, Senator Manchin, <br />Rep. Tom Davis, Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski and more<br />1,000 people from all fifty states<br />Fifty two million media impressions<br />USA Today, Washington Post, New York Times, <br />Wall Street Journal<br />
    • 13. What Is Being Said<br />David Brooks and Mayor Cory Booker <br />
    • 14. What Is Being Said<br />Meet the Press – No Labels Roundtable<br />December 19, 2010<br />
    • 15. National and Regional Press Coverage<br />
    • 16. Gillibrand<br />New York<br />Lieberman<br />Connecticut<br />Klobuchar<br />Minnesota<br />Stabenow<br />Michigan<br />Cantwell<br />Washington<br />Hagan<br />North <br />Carolina<br />Manchin<br />West <br />Virginia<br />Wyden<br />Oregon<br />Warner<br />Virginia<br />Landrieu<br />Louisiana<br />McCain<br />Arizona<br />Nelson<br />Nebraska<br />
    • 17. What Is Being Said<br />U.S. Senator John McCain<br />
    • 18. John<br />Avlon<br />Lisa<br />Borders<br />Jon<br />Cowan<br />David<br />Frum<br />Bill<br />Galston<br />Nancy<br />Jacobson<br />Kiki<br />McLean<br />Mark<br />McKinnon<br />Jonathan<br />Miller<br />David<br />Frum<br />Andrew<br />Tisch<br />David<br />Walker<br />No Labels Founding Leaders<br />
    • 19. How You Can Help:<br />Candidates<br />National Day of Action<br />Canvass/Calls<br />Legislation<br />Emails<br />Phone calls<br />Town Halls<br />
    • 20. Throwing a Yellow Flag: <br />Governing Process<br />Social Media <br />Email Blasts<br />Direct contact to Member<br />
    • 21. Building a National Infrastructure: <br />435 Congressional Districts<br />1,000 Declaration Signers in every district<br />50 State Leaders<br />Regional Field staff<br />Generation No Labels<br />National Bus Tour<br />No Labels<br />No Labels<br />
    • 22. National Day of Action<br />6 States – 6 Primary Races <br />3 Republicans and 3 Democrats<br />In-state and Out-of-State Volunteers<br />Open Primaries vs. Closed Primaries<br />
    • 23. 2012 Election Cycle<br />
    • 24. Increasing Access to the Process<br />
    • 25. Redistricting<br />75 Competitive Congressional Districts 17% of House Districts<br />California’s 38th<br />Gerrymandering<br />
    • 26. Metrics of Success<br />Soft Indicators<br /> - Emails/Calls to Members of Congress<br /> - Congressional Town Hall Attendees<br />- National and Regional Press Attention<br /> - Organic Membership Growth<br />Hard Indicators<br /> - Senators Saved<br /> - Elevate Bi-Partisan <br /> Legislation<br />

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