The Reform Party Nominates Roque de la Fuente and Returns to Form
11 Aug

The Reform Party Nominates Roque de la Fuente and Returns to Form

For Immediate Release – The Reform Party has chosen Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente as its presidential contender. Between Rocky’s campaign and party efforts, Roque de la Fuente and the Reform Party have successful put together approximately twenty five ballot lines, but hope to establish ballot access in up to forty-two states. With this effort, the Reform Party has returned to form and is once again an organized political force.
Roque de le Fuente is a first generation American born at Mercy Hospital in San Diego, California. He was educated in both Mexico and the United States. He obtained Bachelor of Science Degrees in both Physics and Mathematics. He furthered his education by taking accounting and business classes at Anahuac University near Mexico City.
Following in his father’s footsteps, he became a successful entrepreneur by acquiring twenty eight car dealerships in the United States and Mexico. He has experience in banking, and also owns commercial properties located in both the United States and Latin America.
Roque de la Fuente decided to run for President when he saw Donald Trump make a mockery of the process. Formerly running as a Democrat for President, Roque de la Fuente joined the Reform Party because the Democratic Establishment stacked the nomination against him in favor of Hillary Clinton.
“Roque de la Fuente is a good addition to the Reform Party, and I have no problem backing his campaign”, said Reform Party Secretary Nicholas Hensley. “If we can obtain presidential ballot access in forty two states, the Reform Party will return to form, and once again stand proud in opposition to the political establishment”.
As the leading moderate, centrist and populist political party, the Reform Party of the United States represents the sixty percent of moderate voters ignored by the Democratic and Republican incumbents. It stands against the special interests, and seeks to end their grasp on American government by electing principled leaders and promoting social change.
For more information about the Reform Party or Roque de la Fuente, it is possible to learn more at www.reformparty.org.

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