Non-partisan 'No Labels' group reportedly to help get-out-the-vote for Bera

October 27, 2014 | According to a report published this afternoon, the non-partisan "No Labels" group will be sending volun...

October 27, 2014 |

According to a report published this afternoon, the non-partisan "No Labels" group will be sending volunteers to the Sacramento-Elk Grove area to help get-out-the-vote for Democratic incumbent Congressman, Dr. Ami Bera.

The first-term legislator is engaged in a tight race for California's Seventh Congressional District against former Congressman, Republican Doug Ose. Political analyst Stuart Rothenberg reports rates the race as a pure toss-up as of October 17. 

The story from Real Clear Politics, says they obtained an email from the Washington D.C.-based group that said they will be sending ground workers for the campaigns of Bera and Colorado Republican Congressman Cory Gardner, who is challenging incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Udall.

According to their website, No Labels was founded in 2010 with a mission to "call on our leaders to put the labels aside and focus on fixing America’s most pressing problems." Bera, who has joined a group of bi-partisan legislators in the so-called No Labels Problem Solvers, has earned No Labels Seal of Approval.  

As of this posting, the Bera campaign has not commented on the report and whether or not they will accept No Labels assistance.  


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