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No Labels Unveils Presidential Candidates Making Problem Solver Promise

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MANCHESTER, N.H., Jan. 5, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Huntsman and Lieberman will announce the 2016 presidential candidates who have made the No Labels Problem Solver Promise, which entails a commitment from the candidates to begin work within the first 30 days in office on a bipartisan effort to achieve at least one of four goals in No Labels’ National Strategic Agenda.

WHEN:
12:00 – 1:30 PMMonday, January 11, 2016

WHERE
Radisson Hotel – The Ballroom, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, New Hampshire

WHO:
– No Labels Co-chairs Jon Huntsman and Joe Lieberman and 400 New Hampshire primary voters

WHAT:
In making the Problem Solver Promise, candidates are expressing their support for No Labels’ National Strategic Agenda and committing to begin work with the congressional leaders of both parties within 30 days of inauguration on at least one of the fourAgenda goals:

  • Create 25 million new jobs over the next 10 years
  • Secure Social Security and Medicare for the next 75 years
  • Balance the federal budget by 2030
  • Make America energy secure by 2024

All presidential candidates were offered the opportunity to make the Problem Solver Promise. Other presidential candidates can still make the Promise at any time in this election cycle.

No Labels is a national movement of Democrats, Republicans and Independents dedicated to a new politics of problem solving. Find out more at www.nolabels.org.

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