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No Labels centrist political group is sparking concerns about how it's getting on ballot

No Labels, a group that could shake up the 2024 presidential race with a bipartisan “unity ticket," secured access to the ballot Friday, March 10, 2023, in Oregon. (Gillian Flaccus/AP)
No Labels, a group that could shake up the 2024 presidential race with a bipartisan “unity ticket," secured access to the ballot Friday, March 10, 2023, in Oregon. (Gillian Flaccus/AP)

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows and Adav Noti, legal director of the government watchdog group the Campaign Legal Center, about the centrist political group No Labels that is seeking to get on the 2024 ballot in Maine and other states. No Labels is a nonprofit that does not have to disclose its donors.

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