On December 23, the Michigan Secretary of State’s office determined that Rocky De La Fuente has enough valid signatures to be on the Michigan Democratic presidential primary ballot. He needed 12,823 signatures. He submitted 20,166, and 16,470 were valid. The other candidates on Michigan’s presidential primary ballots did not need to submit petitions, because the Secretary of State put them on the ballot automatically because they are mentioned in news media. Thanks to John Anthony LaPietra for this news.
De La Fuente has probably collected more signatures on presidential primary petitions this year, around the nation, than any other candidate.