He's all labeled up, thanks ... They're Zoned out ... And no rush, Caitlin.
I think your commentary is off-base in questioning whether no labels is a “subversive effort to elect Trump” - as far as I know, there is no evidence of that - whereas, for those of us (Republicans and Democrats alike) effectively disenfranchised by the apparent intention of the respective parties to try to force us to choose (again) between Biden and Trump, No Labels offers a legitimate (and welcome) alternative. And I do not think I am the only long time (very engaged) Republican who feels that way. Rather, I know many of us have been horrified to witness the hijacking of the AZ GOP by grifters like TPA, Ward, Lake, Rogers, et el, who not only shamelessly lie but have tried to advance their own interests at the expense of fine public officials whose only transgression has been observing the law - while, at the same time, even more horrified to witness the hijacking of our federal security and law enforcement apparatus by the Democrats, aided by their media allies, attempting to unseat a duly elected president through the pretext of the Russia collusion hoax, not to mention obstructing the performance of key executive functions (while also shamelessly lying and smearing fine people) - as well as misusing their authority to censor the flow of information to the public. The point is these actions, on both sides, threaten the stability and capacity to function of every institution necessary for our republic to continue - and, while I support the pending ballot initiative to reform our primary process (which may provide AZ voters an opportunity to once again elect folks who represent the actual majority), we “are where we are” today - and, as I see it, No Labels offers many of us the only viable means of voicing our unwillingness to go along with the destructive forces at work in both parties. So, before you opine, maybe take a deeper dive and get some facts.
I like the panda cam, personally.
Hi Hank! I'm a loyal subscriber and love the newsletter. I have a question/suggestion. When a candidate such a Joan Serviss appears before Jake Hoffmans committee, and is rejected. , is that the end of the story? Do these candidates still go to the senate for a final vote? I think it would be wonderful to have an article that lays out a "what happens next" after the committee rules. THX! Mark