Rocky De La Fuente

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(businessman, US/2020 Presidential election/Candidate)
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BornOctober 10, 1954
Alma materNational Autonomous University of Mexico, Anahuac University

Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente Guerra is an American businessman and politician.

A perennial candidate,[1][2][3] De La Fuente was the presidential nominee of both the Reform Party and his self-created American Delta Party in the 2016 election. That year, he was also an unsuccessful candidate in the Democratic primary for United States senator from Florida and for the Democratic presidential nomination.

During the 2018 elections, De La Fuente was on the ballot in nine states' primaries for United States Senate, all of which he lost. He campaigned as a critic of President Donald Trump's immigration policies.[4]

In the 2020 United States presidential election, he ran unsuccessfully for the nomination of the Republican Party, but secured the nominations of the Reform Party, the Alliance Party, and the American Independent Party,[5][6] going on to lose the general election to Joe Biden.[7] He also lost the March 2020 primary for U.S. House of Representatives seat for California's 21st congressional district.