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Alliance Party Says Trump-Pelosi Stimulus Standoff Hurting Millions of Americans; Two Parties Again Put Politics Above the Welfare of the People

The failure of President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to reach an agreement on the second round of stimulus to ease the suffering of millions of Americans is a game of political hardball where neither side wins and the American people lose.

That’s the assertion of the leadership of the Alliance Party, the nation’s fastest-growing independent third party, with candidates running Nov. 3 for offices in 26 states.

“It is difficult to imagine arguing over a billion here and a billion there while millions of people are in food lines, unemployed, being evicted, missing mortgages, going without healthcare and suffering illness and death from the corona virus,” declared Alliance Party National Chair Jim Rex.

“Once again, as any impartial observer can ascertain, both sides are interested in reaching an agreement to relieve economic suffering only if it can be turned into political advantage for their party and its candidates for the upcoming election. They have dug in their heels at a time of unprecedented economic pain for millions in this country.”

According to CBS News, Pelosi had previously rejected a $1.8 trillion proposal by the White House, arguing that it did not do enough on provisions such as testing and tracing and on funding for childcare. Economists warn that failing to inject another dose of fiscal stimulus could stall the recovery, given the ongoing pandemic and economic headwinds.

“Unfortunately, what history tells us is that when a large enough percentage of a nation’s citizens are hungry, cold, sick, without shelter while at war – in this case in a life-or-death struggle with a deadly virus – the situation is ripe for revolution,” said Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, the Alliance Party’s presidential candidate, with vice presidential running mate Darcy G. Richardson. “That’s not part of the American spirit or in our national psyche as a remedy for needed change, or at least it has not been until now.

“The Republicans and Democrats once again have proven they are unfit to govern. America needs and deserves the responsive, caring government envisioned by the Alliance Party, its candidate and supporters.”

Presidential candidate De La Fuente lauds Maine high court for decision allowing rank choice voting to proceed Nov. 3

On the ballot in Maine, De La Fuente believes Mainers have a chance to make history and send a message to the two ruling parties that they are dissatisfied with the parties’ focus on maintaining power and their lack of accountability.

Alliance Party of Maine presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente today congratulated Maine Supreme Judicial Court justices for their ruling allowing rank choice voting to proceed statewide for the Nov. 3 election. The ruling makes it possible for new, fresh political voices to be heard when independent thinkers are ranked and chosen to represent all of the people.

“I believe like in the movie The Network, the voters of this nation and especially Maine are ‘mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore,’” declared De La Fuente, now in his second run for the presidency. “Rank choice voting provides Maine voters the opportunity to vote for me, and other third party and independent candidates like me, to take office and begin to bring about the necessary changes this state and nation so desperately need.”

The court disagreed with arguments heard Tuesday on whether the Maine GOP collected enough signatures to force a “People’s Veto” referendum on a state law extending the rank choice voting system used in congressional races to presidential elections.

“For too long, the political elite of this country have left so many people out of the process, showing they don’t understand and don’t care about the challenges average people face day in and day out, especially with COVID, joblessness, ongoing environmental damage and racial injustices,” said De La Fuente. “I am running to change all of that for Mainers – and for all in America.

“The two ruling parties and their representatives have allowed huge inequalities to develop in America in healthcare, education, food security, justice, foreign policy, environmental risks and housing,” said Jim Rex, former Education Secretary in South Carolina, and chairman of the Alliance Party. “Rank choice voting can be a remedy for those evils, and the people of Maine should be proud that they are leading the nation in challenging a broken system – and making history in the process.”  

ABOUT THE ALLIANCE PARTY

The Alliance Party and its candidates believe that we should put our national effort towards excelling in the critical areas that determine quality of life for Americans, our global communities, and our planet itself. This requires that at a national level we have a unified vision of what success looks like, as well as unity of effort to achieve our objectives. We believe we must immediately set our sights on winning the gold in the critical areas of economic renewal, climate change, providing quality and affordable healthcare, and educating the future generations of Americans to successfully compete on the world stage. These tasks should begin immediately, Without regard for partisan politics, ideological constraints, or historical limitations. To learn more, visit TheAllianceParty.com

Alliance Party and its presidential candidate De La Fuente: Support VoteSafe campaign to empower electorate during pandemic

The Alliance Party and its presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente today announced their full support for the VoteSafe movement to make sure all states and U.S. territories  have accessible, secure mail-in ballots and safe, in-person voting sites, and that congress provides the states with the resources necessary to protect their voters and elections.

“Ensuring that Americans can vote safely and securely amidst the pandemic is not a partisan issue. It’s good for Republicans, Democrats, and everyone else,” declared Tom Ridge, former Governor of Pennsylvania (R), First Secretary of Homeland Security and Co-Chair of VoteSafe. “Let’s remember that voting isn’t a privilege, it’s a responsibility of citizenship. Responsibility also rests with government to make certain that every American has the right to vote safely during this public health crisis.”

VoteSafe co-chair along with Ridge is former two-term governor of Michigan Jennifer M. Granholm.

VoteSafe is a cross-partisan coalition of election administrators and organizations that endorse the simple principle that every American has the right to vote safely amidst the pandemic.

VoteSafe is committed to ensuring voters have options: expanded access to absentee ballots as well as safe, sanitary, and accessible in-person voting locations. Nonpartisan research shows that mail-in ballots are secure, and that they do not advantage one party over the other. VoteSafe does not support or oppose politicians or parties.

“Our goal is to ensure the safety of all voters as they exercise their constitutional right. Doing so is not a partisan issue; it is an American issue. We are committed to ensuring that the right to vote safely transcends politics and partisanship, and we call on the two ruling parties to support this movement as well,” said De La Fuente.

ABOUT THE ALLIANCE PARTY

The Alliance Party and its candidates believe that we should put our national effort towards excelling in the critical areas that determine quality of life for Americans, our global communities, and our planet itself. This requires that at a national level we have a unified vision of what success looks like, as well as unity of effort to achieve our objectives. We believe we must immediately set our sights on winning the gold in the critical areas of economic renewal, climate change, providing quality and affordable healthcare, and educating the future generations of Americans to successfully compete on the world stage. These tasks should begin immediately, Without regard for partisan politics, ideological constraints, or historical limitations. To learn more, visit TheAllianceParty.com

Pandemic enhances control of electoral process by the two ruling parties; The Alliance Party urges e-signature process for candidate nomination

The Alliance Party, the national organizational arm of a political reform movement, with affiliates and candidates in two dozen states, is calling on the states to enact legislation allowing voters to provide electronic signatures to petitions to place candidates on ballots because in-person contact to gather signatures is impossible during the pandemic.

“We know the Democrats and Republications don’t want competition at the ballot box, and have always done all they could to limit ballot access by candidates with other party affiliations,” said Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, the Alliance Party’s nominee for president of the United States. “Allowing the pandemic to further constrain and control the electoral process flies in the face of every sacred principle of Democracy so cherished by our founding fathers.”

According to Ballotpedia: Electronic signature software may be used to gather electronic petition signatures. Using such software, individuals may electronically sign an initiative or referendum petition online from home or another location, or they may be required to electronically sign on a petition circulator’s mobile device. For candidate nominating petitions, government websites may allow electronic signing through the submission of an ID number, such as a driver’s license number.

ILLINOIS LEADS THE WAY

After agreeing that the pandemic has limited ballot access by restricting personal contact needed to have candidate nominating petitions signed, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled last month that for only this election cycle, petition signatures may be collected remotely. Candidates may mail voters a petition or share a digital file online or by email. Voters then can print it out, sign it and either send a hard copy to the candidate through the mail or electronically in an emailed attachment or as a photograph.

“Of course, we welcome the ruling by the Illinois Supreme Court and urge other states to take the same action,” said Tim Cotton, National Political Director for the Alliance Party. “Unfortunately, the court’s order was the result of a lawsuit filed by two non-ruling parties, the Libertarian and Green. It is a sad day in America when you have to file a lawsuit be able to participate in Democracy. The Alliance Party urges other states to do the right thing and follow the progressive example set by Illinois.”

ABOUT THE ALLIANCE PARTY

The Alliance Party believes it is time to elect candidates who will end corruption, stagnation and partisan politics. It is time to bring back American values and emphasize the importance of integrity and honor. Its members believe that if we want to be the example for the rest of the world to emulate, we must achieve success by leading our nation towards better outcomes in combating the human challenges we all hold in common: climate change, poverty, ignorance, healthcare, income inequality, and injustice. We must earn the credibility to lead through superior achievement, because no one wants to emulate a loser. America must truly outperform global standards if we want to be the gold medal winner of nations.

The Alliance Party, and its candidates, believe that we should put our national efforts towards excelling in the critical areas that determine quality of life for Americans, our global communities, and our planet itself. This requires that at a national level we have a unified vision of what success looks like, as well as unity of effort to achieve our objectives. We believe we must immediately set our sights on winning the gold in the critical areas of climate change, providing quality and affordable healthcare, and educating the future generations of Americans to successfully compete on the world stage. These tasks should begin immediately. Today. Without regard for partisan politics, ideological constraints, or historical limitations.

On ballot in Maine, presidential candidate De La Fuente unveils education plan; Calls for nationwide virtual classes with top educators teaching online

Alliance Party of Maine presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente today announced his plan to create an online network of virtual universities in which leading faculty will provide post-secondary instruction online at no cost, and local public schools will be funded to strengthen their online teaching technologies.

De La Fuente, and his staff have been working on fleshing out details for the national Education for Everyone (E4E) plan since January.

“With the realities thrust upon us by the pandemic, my plan to provide nationwide online university-level learning and strengthen virtual teaching technology in local public schools will ensure we continue to provide opportunities for an effective education for everyone,” declared San Diego resident De La Fuente, a lifelong businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist now in his second bid for the presidency.

De La Fuente is the Alliance Party’s nominee for president in Maine, with running mate Darcy G. Richardson. He is also the presidential nominee for the American Independent Party, the Reform Party of the United States, and the Natural Law Party in Michigan.

RURAL AREAS TO BE FOCUS

Recognizing that many rural areas and some working poor households may not have access to internet bandwidth to participate in the virtual education programs, De La Fuente said he will order the Federal Communications Commission to undertake a national survey of underserved areas and households, prepare a budget to achieve coverage where needed, and ask Congress to authorize the funding required to provide full online access as warranted.

De La Fuente’s E4E initiative includes allocating funds to enable K-12 public schools nationwide to renovate or build new, high-tech, high-speed internet connectivity systems capable of reaching and teaching students online, and also will provide funding for in-home laptops through partnerships with major computer manufacturers.

E4E also will embrace and empower our nation’s community and technical colleges, which are our most efficient and inexpensive delivery system now for training and educating millions of Americans. Many are already tuition free. All should be tuition free and offer both in person and virtual instruction.

    De La Fuente: Congress and Trump must act to save lives;COVID, poverty and food insecurity devastating Americans

    With numerous studies concluding that suffering and death among the nation’s poor and minorities are being intensified by food insecurity and the effects of COVID-19, presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente is calling on Congress and President Trump to take emergency action to get food to starving families and ramp up testing among at-risk populations.

    “Government inaction is killing us,” declared De La Fuente, the POTUS nominee of the Alliance Party. Since that nomination, the Reform Party, American Delta Party and Natural Law Party  have also nominated him in a multi-party effort to place De La Fuente on the ballot in many states. He is now in his second run for the presidency.

    “They have turned a blind eye to the misery of so many Americans whose plight has been documented in numerous scholarly studies completed this spring and summer,” declared De La Fuente. “Their inaction is not only shameful, but criminal.”

    De La Fuente has analyzed many of the most recent research findings, including:

    “There are more studies, more scholarly research and ample white papers reporting on this crisis unfolding among the impoverished and minorities in our nation,” said De La Fuente. “How many more will it take to get the attention of Congress and Trump to motivate them to help these at-risk populations before they are decimated?”

    The COVID Racial Tracker, a joint project of the Antiracist Research & Policy Center and the COVID Tracking Project, found:

    • Nationally, African American deaths from COVID-19 are nearly two times greater than would be expected based on their share of the population.
    • In 42 states plus Washington D.C., Hispanics/Latinos make up a greater share of confirmed cases than their share of the population.

      Presidential candidate Roque De La Fuente, son of Mexican immigrants,salutes Hispanic contributions to America during Hispanic Heritage Month

      Alliance Party presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, the son of Mexican immigrants, today called on Americans to help celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by acknowledging the contributions Hispanics continue to make to the quality of life in America and around the world.

      Hispanic Heritage Month, first observed in 1968, begins tomorrow on September 15. The month-long celebration ends October 15.

      Hispanic and Latino Americans are the second largest ethnic group in the U.S., with 52 million people or 16.7% of the national population; 47 million are American citizens.

      The projected Hispanic population of the United States for July 1, 2050 is 132.8 million, or 30.2% of the nation’s total projected population on that date.

      Hispanics are excelling as leaders and productive, loyal employees in all areas of American life and business,” declared De La Fuente, a lifelong businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist in his second bid for the presidency. “It is with pride that I know our positive impact on the quality of life in America will continue to increase, and we will be playing an ever greater role in decades ahead in helping this nation flourish.”

      De La Fuente, fluent in Spanish and English, is the Alliance Party’s nominee for president, with running mate Darcy G. Richardson. He is also the presidential nominee for the American Independent Party, the Reform Party of the United States, and the Natural Law Party in Michigan.

      DE LA FUENTE “ORGULLO LATINO” ROLE MODEL FOR OTHERS

      De La Fuente’s business and industrial interests, financial ventures, real estate transactions, commercial and corporate enterprises in numerous U.S. states and overseas have generated tens of thousands of jobs with payrolls over six decades estimated to be in the billions of dollars.

      “As I have lived the American Dream for me and my family, enjoying opportunities to work hard and smart in order to achieve success in business and life, my fervent hope is that I may be a role model for other young Hispanic men and women who must overcome the unique challenges all minorities face in America as they reach for the stars,” De La Fuente asserted.

        De La Fuente: Congress and Trump must act to save lives; COVID, poverty and food insecurity devastating Americans

        With numerous studies concluding that suffering and death among the nation’s poor and minorities are being intensified by food insecurity and the effects of COVID-19, presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente is calling on Congress and President Trump to take emergency action to get food to starving families and ramp up testing among at-risk populations.

        “Government inaction is killing us,” declared De La Fuente, the POTUS nominee of the Alliance Party. Since that nomination, the Reform Party, American Delta Party and Natural Law Party  have also nominated him in a multi-party effort to place De La Fuente on the ballot in many states. He is now in his second run for the presidency.

        “They have turned a blind eye to the misery of so many Americans whose plight has been documented in numerous scholarly studies completed this spring and summer,” declared De La Fuente. “Their inaction is not only shameful, but criminal.”

        De La Fuente has analyzed many of the most recent research findings, including:

        • Poverty and Covid-19: Rates of Incidence and Deaths in the United States During the First 10 weeks of the Pandemic
        •  COVID-19 Lays Bare Vulnerabilities in U.S. Food Security
        • Poverty and Food Insecurity Could Grow Dramatically as Covid-19 Spreads
        • Food insecurity will be the sting in the tail of COVID-19
        • Record levels of food insecurity in the U.S. because of COVID-19

        “There are more studies, more scholarly research and ample white papers reporting on this crisis unfolding among the impoverished and minorities in our nation,” said De La Fuente. “How many more will it take to get the attention of Congress and Trump to motivate them to help these at-risk populations before they are decimated?”

        The COVID Racial Tracker, a joint project of the Antiracist Research & Policy Center and the COVID Tracking Project, found:

        • Nationally, African American deaths from COVID-19 are nearly two times greater than would be expected based on their share of the population.
        •  In 42 states plus Washington D.C., Hispanics/Latinos make up a greater share of confirmed cases than their share of the population.

        De La Fuente: 2-party monopoly is stifling the progress of America; Presidential candidate says new voice, new vision can bring change

        Alliance Party and Reform Party presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente today called on the voters to reject the failed two-party monopoly on government and to embrace reforms mandated by the Alliance and Reform parties that will restore American unity, bring an end to dysfunctional government and institute a system of fairness, equality and justice for all.

        “Our aims are not to move the direction of the country left or right, but forward,” declared De La Fuente, a lifelong businessman, philanthropist and entrepreneur now in his second run for the presidency. “We want to create a revitalized, world-leading United States, an America 2.0 that will provide better outcomes in combating the human challenges we all have in common: climate change, poverty, ignorance, sickness, income inequality, and injustice.”

        De La Fuente and other candidates who have challenged the duopoly have learned through experience how the Republican and Democrat parties limit ballot access to eliminate competition to solidify their grip on power in the U.S.

        ““Their consistent unwillingness to put partisanship and ideology aside to work together to help solve critical problems facing our nation, such as the suffering and death from the Covid-19 pandemic, their failure to effectively address the economic crisis and their inability to take meaningful steps to end systemic racism, are just some of the examples that prove we can no longer continue to allow our future as a nation to be limited by these two inept, self-servicing enterprises.

        “The only political incentive greater than the lust for power is the fear of losing it,” said De La Fuente. “Americans must begin to use their votes – not just their voices – to bring about the changes necessary to enable all of us to progress together to the more perfect union still envisioned and hoped for by the vast majority of us.

        “We know that career politicians in both parties despise term limits. And yet, if term limited candidates begin defeating them, they will quickly come to accept that a more narrowly defined term in office is preferable to none at all,” De La Fuente concluded.

        De La Fuente: Trump School Plan Will Expose Millions to Virus; Presidential Candidate Says Creative Use of Virtual Learning Needed

        Alliance Party and Reform Party presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente today called on President Trump to rescind his order demanding public schools to open next month, labeling it “irrational, politically-driven and potentially catastrophic.”

        He pointed to research that shows children are carriers of the corona virus, with those 10 and older more serious carriers.

        “When you think of the danger putting large groups of children together poses not only to the teachers who are being asked to instruct them, but to the families of the children themselves, and to the families of the educators being asked to interact with them all day long, you can easily conclude that Trump’s demand is pure insanity,” declared De La Fuente, a lifelong businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist now in his second bid for the presidency

        “Public education is a state responsibility, directed and funded by states. I recommend that local districts and school leaders, including parents and teachers, be allowed to creatively examine all options, including virtual learning, as they deal with this unprecedented set of challenges. No elected official, federal or state, should be haranguing parents or local elected school boards into having five-day-a week face to face instruction at this time.”

        Because of the lockdown, millions of parents have not kept up with the other vaccinations that children are supposed to be getting periodically, so there is a danger of old diseases mixing with the corona virus just as the annual flu season begins as well.

        “We all know that Trump’s position on schools, and those of his elected sycophants, is solely about trying to accelerate the opening of the economy to bolster his chances in the November election. It has nothing to do with the potential for hundreds of thousands of additional deaths. It is also another attempt by the far right to advance the cause of school vouchers by setting up public schools for failure,” De La Fuente declared.

        Trump Fails to Sweep Delaware GOP Primary with Only 88%; Challenger De La Fuente Gets 12%, Indicating Voter Disfavor

        Republican presidential challenger Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente denied President Donald Trump a sweeping victory in the Delaware Presidential Primary last week by earning 12% of the vote to Trump’s 88%, a result that analysts say is an early indication of erosion of Republican support for the president.

        At one point in the vote tally, De La Fuente had 26% of the vote compared to Trump’s 76%. And in one of Delaware’s three counties, Newcastle, De La Fuente won 17.9% of the vote compared to Trump’s 82.1%. De La Fuente did not campaign in Delaware.

        To date, De La Fuente has tallied more votes against Trump than any of Trump’s GOP challengers. Only former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld has come close with 9.3 % of the vote in the GOP primary in his home state of Massachusetts, and a tally of 9.1% in the New Hampshire GOP primary.

        “Trump is always saying that the only meaningful poll is the ballot box,” said De La Fuente, a lifelong businessman, philanthropist and serial entrepreneur in his second run for the presidency. “The fact that almost 4,000 Republicans voted for me instead of Trump should send a clear message to Trump and the GOP that people have had enough of him and are seeking another voice, another candidate, another way.”

        The final tally was Trump with 28,689 votes to De La Fuente’s 3,900.

        “With vast name recognition because of his lifelong celebrity status and more than three years in the presidency, compared to little known De La Fuente, Trump should have swept the election with close to 100%,” said Jim Rex, longtime political analyst, former Commissioner of Education for South Carolina and Chair of the Alliance Party. “I think the fact that one in seven voters in the GOP primary chose De La Fuente is clear evidence the president is beginning to lose favor among the party faithful.”

        De La Fuente is also the Alliance Party’s nominee for president, with Darcy G. Richardson as his running mate.

        Reform Party Nominates Roque “Rocky” de La Fuente for President, He Was Their Nominee in 2016, and Is Also the Alliance Party Nominee.

        The Reform Party today nominated lifelong American businessman and serial entrepreneur Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente for president in an online presidential nominating convention in which more than 70% of the delegates voted for him.

        De La Fuente was also the Reform Party’s nominee in 2016, and last month was selected as the presidential nominee for the Alliance Party. His running mate in both parties is Darcy G. Richardson.

        In an online convention of assembled Reform Party delegates, De La Fuente received 17 votes. Candidate Max Abramson, who is a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, received four. J. Ben Zion, Founder, and Chair of the Arizona Transhumanist Party, who is also an Independent Party Presidential candidate in the 2020 election, received one. Candidate Soraya Faas had withdrawn before the vote and endorsed De La Fuente.

        The Reform Party is only on the ballot in Florida.

        DE LA FUENTE’S ACCEPTANCE SPEECH

        “Now, the real work begins,” said De La Fuente. “Our priorities are clear: To make significant strides in achieving our mission to fundamentally change the governing structure in this nation. The American people know the current process of our national government is broken. We must convince the American people we are the solution. We must remind them of the almost forgotten principles on which this nation was founded. First among those is a near-sacred dedication to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States of America, which has been ruthlessly abused, illegally manipulated, plainly ignored and regularly misused to gain partisan political advantage.

        “I have a vision of an America that ranks as the very best example in the world in the outcomes that determine the quality of life of our citizens. I have a vision for an America that combats the human challenges we all hold in common: immigration, climate change, poverty, ignorance, sickness, income inequality, and injustice.”

        About Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente

        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. Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente has been a great success in his political career, achieving great acceptance among the Latino community.

        Alliance Party presidential candidate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente Calls for Pandemic Task Force, and an end to Trump-Obama

        WINNSBORO, S.C. (May 21, 2020) – The Alliance Party presidential candidate Roque
        “Rocky” De La Fuente urges President Trump and former President Obama to cease their war of words and blame-game over the management of the Covid-19 outbreak and instead focus their energies on taking stronger steps to work together to end the pandemic.
        De La Fuente said that as president, he will create and fully fund a Future Pandemic Task Force staffed by medical and scientific experts and highly regarded economists to proactively
        plan for early detection and quicker response time for universal testing, treatments, vaccine development and economic intervention alternatives.
        “The childish name-calling during this school-yard tiff between Trump and Obama is a waste of time and energy that could be put to much better use if they both worked together like adults to find a long-term solution to this and future pandemics,” De La Fuente said.“Further, their spat is distracting the public and the media from other pressing challenges facing the country that need to be met and overcome, a situation that is typical
        when you have only two ruling parties drowning out other voices.”
        Obama has publicly and privately criticized the Trump Administration three times in the past month for what he says is lack of leadership in response to the pandemic, once calling it
        “an absolute chaotic disaster.”Trump has responded, calling Obama “a grossly incompetent president.”“This is further evidence that the two-party system in this country is badly broken. The division, acrimony and failure to work together to find solutions to our country’s problems does harm to the Democracy and every citizen these people have taken oaths to serve. We need change, and I predict there will be sweeping change at the ballot box this November,” declared James Rex, Ph.D., National Chairman of the Alliance Party.

        ABOUT THE ALLIANCE PARTY
        The Alliance Party and its candidates believe that we should put our national effort towards excelling in the critical areas that determine quality of life for Americans, our global
        communities, and our planet itself. This requires that at a national level we have a unified vision of what success looks like, as well as unity of effort to achieve our objectives. We believe we must immediately set our sights on winning the gold in the critical areas of economic renewal, climate change, providing quality and affordable healthcare, and educating the future generations of Americans to successfully compete on the world stage. These tasks should begin immediately, Without regard for partisan politics, ideological constraints, or historical
        limitations. To learn more, visit TheAllianceParty.com

        Rocky De La Fuente wins Alliance Party presidential nomination

        The Alliance Party, the national organizational arm of a political reform movement, with affiliates in two dozen states, announces that its delegates voted today to nominate Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente as their presidential candidate and Darcy Richardson as his vice presidential running mate.

        The ticket was chosen in what is believed to be the nation’s first online presidential nomination convention today. “Now, the real work begins,” declared De La Fuente in his acceptance speech. “Our priorities are clear: To make significant strides in our mission to fundamentally change the governing structure in this nation, we must continue to unite with all other small parties to become the powerhouse of change this nation needs to break the two-party monopoly.”

        Since 2016, De La Fuente, 65, the son of immigrants, has energetically involved himself in efforts to bring about political change in America. The San Diego resident and longtime American entrepreneur, businessman and political reformer was the nominee of both the Reform Party and his American Delta Party for president of the United States in the 2016 election. That year, he was also an unsuccessful candidate for the Democratic presidential primary. He also ran for the U.S. Senate in 2018 in nine states simultaneously.

        “The Constitution has been ruthlessly abused, illegally manipulated, plainly ignored and regularly misused to gain partisan political advantage,” De La Fuente said. “We must convince America that we are the change agents that can bring an end to government corruption, stagnation and partisan politics. We must convince America that we can bring back American values and emphasize the importance of integrity and honor. We must convince America that we are a new political party with a modern, fiscally responsible, common sense, nonpartisan, problem solving agenda. We must convince America that we will provide a new kind of politician – a term limited, transparent public servant who puts country before party and solutions before ideology.”

        Richardson, 65, is an American author, historian and political activist. He was the Reform Party of Florida’s nominee for governor in 2018. In the 2012 presidential election, Richardson challenged incumbent Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination for president in five state primaries.

        ABOUT THE ALLIANCE PARTY
        The Alliance Party is the political arm of a nationwide movement to elect public servants who will end corruption, stagnation and partisan politics. It is time to bring back American values and emphasize the importance of integrity and honor. Its members believe that if we want to be the example for the rest of the world to emulate, we must achieve success by leading our nation towards better outcomes in combating the human challenges we all hold in common: climate change, poverty, ignorance, healthcare, income inequality, and injustice. We must earn the credibility to lead through superior achievement, because no one wants to emulate a loser. America must truly outperform global standards if we want to be the gold medal winner of nations.

        The Alliance Party and its candidates, believe that we should put our national efforts towards excelling in the critical areas that determine quality of life for Americans, our global communities, and our planet itself. This requires that at a national level we have a unified vision of what success looks like, as well as unity of effort to achieve our objectives. We believe we must immediately set our sights on winning the gold in the critical areas of climate change, providing quality and affordable healthcare, and educating the future generations of Americans to successfully compete on the world stage. These tasks should begin immediately. Today. Without regard for partisan politics, ideological constraints, or historical limitations.

        LAST MAN STANDING: ROCKY DE LA FUENTE CONTINUES TRUMP PRIMARY CHALLENGE

        [March 28, 2020] – With the withdrawal of former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld after disappointing results in the Super Tuesday and subsequent March 17th round of Republican primaries, the GOP establishment and its media allies pounced on an opportunity to declare the race over and President Donald Trump the lone remaining option.

        That’s a comforting narrative for Trump loyalists worried about November, but there’s one problem with it: It’s just not true.
        Despite desperate party establishment attempts to keep him off ballots or even cancel primaries altogether, California businessman Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente remains in the race.

        One out of 25 Republicans in Illinois — “Land of Lincoln” — voted for De La Fuente in the March 17 primary. He’s on the ballot in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, West Virginia, Connecticut, and Louisiana. He’s also seeking — or possibly suing for — ballot spots in the D.C., Puerto Rico, Oregon and Maryland primaries, the latter of which has been rescheduled for June 2nd.

        Where most observers see a long shot, De La Fuente sees a last-ditch opportunity: A chance for Republican voters to shed themselves of a second Herbert Hoover and avoid losing control of the White House for two decades and Congress for 60 years again.

        Like Hoover’s handling of the 1929 financial crash and subsequent Great Depression, Trump’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic “was shameful and will prove tragically costly,” De La Fuente says, “both in terms of human lives and a needlessly devastated economy from which we won’t soon recover.”

        “The longer Republican voters continue making Trump the face of their party, the worse they’ll do in future elections and the longer it will take for America to regain lost social and economic ground,” he says. “A healthier and more viable party in the long run requires a better nominee.”

        San Diego, CA- Headquarters has just announced that Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente has qualified for three more states ballots. Voters in Pennsylvania, Connecticut and New York will see De La Fuente on the ballot for President of The United States GOP Primary. This marks the 20th state overall for which he has qualified.

        Prior to this week’s news, De La Fuente (better known as “Rocky”) had already qualified in the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Missouri, Utah, Vermont, California, Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, Idaho, Massachusetts, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Delaware, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.

        “Sanford and Walsh have both dropped out of the race. That leaves me, William Weld, and Donald Trump as the contenders in the race. I am the only one to qualify in some of these states. I will be the only option for Republican voters who oppose our President,” said Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente in an interview late Wednesday.

        As the political environment shifts and appears to be more divisive than functional, De La Fuente’s Chief of Staff, Angela Fisher, responded by saying, “Upon reviewing the data, it seems as though youth have aligned with our candidate. He has been fighting corruption within elections since 2016 and is a champion in fighting FOR all Americans. He believes all Americans deserve the same opportunities to achieve the American Dream.”

        Rocky often states that America is more than geography. It is more than political rivalry and theater. America was made great by providing and ensuring the freedom to build a dream. The American Dream is both the ideal and the workhorse that has made this nation and its people great.

        He has developed the street smarts and common sense that will serve him in bringing transformation and practical solutions to the problems that Americans face. Just as Rocky battled in court for nine years and won the right to fly the American flag on a prominent landmark to honor our country, he will fight for the American Dream.

        “Rocky” Roque De La Fuente is living proof that the American Dream can be achieved by those who are inspired to pursue it.

          Direct Media Inquiries to: Angela (Fisher) Velasquez 727.490.9911 media@rocky2020.org

        First-in-Race, GOP challenger to Trump; Qualifies to Appear on the Ballot in, First-in-Nation Primary State, New Hampshire

        For Immediate Release:

        San Diego, Ca.- Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente has qualified to appear on yet another ballot. New Hampshire residents officially have a choice on February 11, 2019 as he becomes the first, and currently the only, Republican candidate to be listed on the ballot.

        First in Race

        New Hampshire marks the 5th state Rocky will appear on the ballot. Campaign headquarters confirms that he will appear on the ballot in VT, DE, AL, NH, and CA and that they have submitted the required fees and/or documents, petitions or other; to qualify in CA, FL, UT, and GA.

        Campaign manager, Alicia Dearn, replied to the announcement, “This campaign IS going to put any other primary challenger to the task. We will create fair laws whilst qualifying for the ballot in all 50 states and Washington D.C. It is time to level the field for all candidates of the future.”

        The campaign plan is aggressive and well-funded. The team has grown exponentially and expects to increase the pace. Alejandra, a national director on the campaign team said today, “We are committed to giving a voice to the fine people of these United States. Together We Are Stronger!”

        De La Fuente is actively pursuing election reform. Having faced a wide variety of ballot access barriers, election anomalies, and election fraud in the past, he has the experience and wherewithal to confront the injustice and create meaningful change.

        “Rocky” Roque 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.

        For more information, please visit www.rocky101.com; Interviews available

        Direct Media Inquiries to: Angela (Fisher) Velasquez 727.490.9911 americanresolution@mail.com
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