NEW YORK CITY, NY - Getting things done in a non-partisan manner is the goal of an organization known as "No Labels."
The group met Monday in New York City.
Among attendees are more than a dozen U.S. House and Senate members.
The grassroots movement is made up of hundreds of thousands of democrats, republicans and independents dedicated to solving problems without being involved in partisan issues.
West Virginia Senator, Joe Manchin and Utah Senator, Jon Huntsman are serving as co-leaders of the organization.
"Two years ago, I heard about a group, a no labels group and it made sense to me," says West Virginia Senator, Joe Manchin. "I saw all of these people that came from different sides of the aisle that worked on high power campaigns and presidential campaigns and they were willing to put their politics aside and their differences aside and come together to make Washington work, make congress work, and make our government work again for the people, I was excited about that."