/ Modified mar 8, 2023 10:34 a.m.

New political party recognized in Arizona

The No Labels Party is eligible to be on the 2024 ballot.

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Arizona voters will find a new political party on the 2024 ballot. Secretary of State Adrian Fontes announced Tuesday that the No Labels Party gathered enough signatures to be recognized as a party in Arizona.

According to the party's website, they are a place for people who feel "politically homeless" and tired of the extremes on the left and the right.

During the last election, Arizona had three recognized parties on the ballot: Republicans, Democrats, and Libertarians.

In January, nearly 35% of Arizona voters were registered as Republicans and 34% were registered as Other or had no party affiliation.

Democrats made up nearly 31% of the electorate and Libertarians were less than one percent.

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