The centrist political organization No Labels has met the 10,000-signature threshold to potentially have a third-party presidential ticket on the Maryland ballot in November, state elections administrator Jared DeMarinis said Thursday. No Labels, the Washington, D.C.-based group that former Republican Gov. Larry Hogan has been heavily involved in, still must complete other requirements to become a recognized political party in the state — including establishing bylaws, a constitution and an initial governing body.
‘No Labels’ group reaches 10K signatures Maryland, potentially paving way for third-party presidential ticket
January 12, 2024