SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 29, 2019 / Roque De La Fuente campaign headquarters is pleased to announce another round of states for which it has qualified to be ballot option for the Republican Primary in 2020. Voters in Utah, Idaho, and Missouri will have the outspoken voice of Latino leader, Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente, as the option to defeat Trump and the anti-Immigration agenda.
The campaign has received notice from each of the new states confirming that it has qualified and will appear on the ballot. "The campaign is excited to keep fighting against exclusion and corruption in politics. The voters get to decide this one, as they should," said Campaign Manager and Lead Counsel, Alicia Dearn.
Previously the candidate has qualified in Texas, Vermont, Delaware, Alabama, Arkansas, New Hampshire, Colorado, Florida, and California. "My name will appear on the ballot in all states who will hold a primary election. I believe in the American Dream and I believe in the American People. It is time, they came first," De La Fuente told an audience last Friday in Miami, Florida.
Currently, internal polling shows De La Fuente with 19% of the vote among 18-44-year olds in a two-way race against President Trump in Texas and slightly higher in Florida. Chief of Staff, Fisher told reporters, "We will soon be in the homes of every American and they can choose who they want to represent them."
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente is living proof that the American Dream can be achieved by those who are inspired to pursue it. He has an amazing record of success. From earning an FAA license to fly single engine planes at the age of 20 to owning 29 automobile dealerships and becoming Chairman of the National Dealers Council for the third largest automobile manufacturer in the world by the age of 28, he's in a league by himself. He created a banking network in 1982 to help address Mexico's economic crisis and established impressive real estate holdings throughout the United States while creating thousands of new jobs along the way. In 1992, Rocky became the first Hispanic American to serve as a Delegate-At-Large for the State of California at a National Convention. He holds a bachelor's degree in Physics and Mathematics (Magna Cum Laude) and an honorary doctorate from UNESCO.
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SOURCE: Rocky 2020