Even though election campaigns run by Republicans Donald Trump-Mike Pence and Democrats Joe Biden-Kamala harris have dominated the US Election 2020, the independent or third-party candidates are left behind in the November 3 polls. While voting has kickstarted in major states amid COVID-19, the independent candidates this year had popular personalities like Kanye West and cryptocurrency billionaire Brock Pierce. The last US President who did not belong to the major parties such as Republicans or Democrats was Millard Fillmore, who was a member of Whig Party and served in the White House from 1850 to 1853. Here’s everything about this year’s independent candidates in US elections:
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente
He has already joined the race for US President in 2016 alongside Hillary Clinton and Trump. Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, from the Alliance Party, has the experience of running for mayor of New York City and the US senate in nine states. Appearing with running mate Darcy Richardson, he will be there on ballots in 15 states and will run a write-in campaign in three other states. He supports a single-payer health care system, immigration reform and enhancing investment in renewable energy.