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A Democratic Pres. Candidate Just Declared Election Fraud! Rocky De La Funte Tells All [15]
A Democratic Pres. Candidate Just Declared Election Fraud! Rocky De La Funte Tells All [15]
Published: 2016/06/02
Channel: Redacted Tonight
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente 2016
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente 2016
Published: 2015/10/22
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Democratic Presidential Candidate "Rocky" De La Fuente Acknowledges Primary Election Fraud
Democratic Presidential Candidate "Rocky" De La Fuente Acknowledges Primary Election Fraud
Published: 2016/06/06
Channel: Intercept Media
Rocky2016 for President
Rocky2016 for President
Published: 2015/10/22
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Behind the candidate Black and Brown
Behind the candidate Black and Brown
Published: 2016/05/31
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
ROQUE "Rocky" DE LA FUENTE in NEW YORK
ROQUE "Rocky" DE LA FUENTE in NEW YORK
Published: 2016/11/06
Channel: QUINTOSUYO TV-NY
Rocky De La Fuente political campaign
Rocky De La Fuente political campaign
Published: 2016/10/13
Channel: Oh Président Président!
Roque (Rocky) De La Fuente talks Election Fraud and Rigging Tonight
Roque (Rocky) De La Fuente talks Election Fraud and Rigging Tonight
Published: 2016/05/24
Channel: TBTV
ROCKY FOR PRESIDENT 2016
ROCKY FOR PRESIDENT 2016
Published: 2016/01/29
Channel: Antoine Williams
Dealer Rocky De La Fuente ready to go distance in White House bid
Dealer Rocky De La Fuente ready to go distance in White House bid
Published: 2016/07/06
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Rocky De La Fuente
Rocky De La Fuente's Candidate Statement for the Alaska Democratic Caucus
Published: 2016/03/22
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
ROCKY MURO
ROCKY MURO
Published: 2016/03/21
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Rocky De La Fuente
Rocky De La Fuente
Published: 2016/10/08
Channel: VIP.Nation
ROCKY FOR PRESIDENT
ROCKY FOR PRESIDENT
Published: 2016/01/05
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Presidential Candidate Roque de la Fuente   ABC FOX Montana Local News, Weather, Sports KTMF  KWYB
Presidential Candidate Roque de la Fuente ABC FOX Montana Local News, Weather, Sports KTMF KWYB
Published: 2016/10/18
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Entrevista con Rocky de la Fuente candidato presidencial de EEUU 2016
Entrevista con Rocky de la Fuente candidato presidencial de EEUU 2016
Published: 2016/11/03
Channel: ANTENA305.COM
“Rocky” de la Fuente, el candidato hispano que tal vez usted no conocía
“Rocky” de la Fuente, el candidato hispano que tal vez usted no conocía
Published: 2016/02/07
Channel: Univision Noticias
Rocky De La Fuente
Rocky De La Fuente
Published: 2017/07/09
Channel: World Journal
Rocky de la Fuente (2016 Reform Party nominee) interviewed on PRIMO NUTMEG #50
Rocky de la Fuente (2016 Reform Party nominee) interviewed on PRIMO NUTMEG #50
Published: 2016/11/12
Channel: PRIMO NUTMEG
ABC Action News - Candidate
ABC Action News - Candidate's Bizarre Campaign Strategy
Published: 2016/08/25
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente for President in Little Rock, AR
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente for President in Little Rock, AR
Published: 2016/02/28
Channel: Legion Digital Outdoor Mobile Billboards
INDEPENDENT ROCKY DE LA FUENTE RECOUNTING NEVADA BALLOTS
INDEPENDENT ROCKY DE LA FUENTE RECOUNTING NEVADA BALLOTS
Published: 2016/12/06
Channel: McQueenPress
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente BIOGRAPHY
Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente BIOGRAPHY
Published: 2016/02/08
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
VOTE ROCKY 2016
VOTE ROCKY 2016
Published: 2016/01/25
Channel: Antoine Williams
BI ROCKY DE LA FUENTE REV 2
BI ROCKY DE LA FUENTE REV 2
Published: 2016/06/01
Channel: Azteca AmericaSF
Rocky Reforma de Inmigración
Rocky Reforma de Inmigración
Published: 2016/09/30
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
OTT News talks to Rocky De La Fuente
OTT News talks to Rocky De La Fuente
Published: 2016/02/15
Channel: OTT News
Presidential Candidate Rocky de la Fuente won
Presidential Candidate Rocky de la Fuente won't say Donald Trump's name
Published: 2016/07/07
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
The Democratic Primary Process: Rigging, Lies, Bias Decoded w/ Roque De La Fuente (Rocky2016)
The Democratic Primary Process: Rigging, Lies, Bias Decoded w/ Roque De La Fuente (Rocky2016)
Published: 2016/05/25
Channel: TBTV
Roque de la Fuente vs Jorge Ramos
Roque de la Fuente vs Jorge Ramos
Published: 2016/03/21
Channel: Conciencia Magia y Rebelión ®
Rocky de la Fuente 2016 Mobile Digital Display
Rocky de la Fuente 2016 Mobile Digital Display
Published: 2016/02/25
Channel: Legion Digital Outdoor Mobile Billboards
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton's Manipulation of the Latino Community | Rocky De La Fuente
Published: 2016/05/25
Channel: TBTV
ROCKY DE LA FUENTE
ROCKY DE LA FUENTE
Published: 2016/05/31
Channel: Azteca AmericaSF
Rocky 2016 -- Campaign Ad
Rocky 2016 -- Campaign Ad
Published: 2015/04/21
Channel: Rocky Coast
"Rocky" Roque De La Fuente - Montana State Capitol - Helena - 2016
"Rocky" Roque De La Fuente - Montana State Capitol - Helena - 2016
Published: 2016/10/28
Channel: Helena Civic Television
Nevada New Vote Latino Summit
Nevada New Vote Latino Summit
Published: 2016/02/19
Channel: BPLAN
Clark County to begin recounting ballots Monday
Clark County to begin recounting ballots Monday
Published: 2016/12/03
Channel: KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
Bernie Sanders Should Not Bail Out Hillary Clinton | Rocky De La Fuente
Bernie Sanders Should Not Bail Out Hillary Clinton | Rocky De La Fuente
Published: 2016/05/25
Channel: TBTV
Rocky de la Fuente
Rocky de la Fuente
Published: 2016/11/02
Channel: Ben Skibicki
Rocky De La Fuente - Empowering the Latino Vote in NYC
Rocky De La Fuente - Empowering the Latino Vote in NYC
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Rocky De La Feunte Commercial
Rocky De La Feunte Commercial
Published: 2016/10/16
Channel: Derrick Hawley
Este 30 de Agosto Florida Vota por Rocky De La Fuente
Este 30 de Agosto Florida Vota por Rocky De La Fuente
Published: 2016/08/25
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente asegura que puede llegar a ser Presidente de Estados Unidos
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente asegura que puede llegar a ser Presidente de Estados Unidos
Published: 2016/06/05
Channel: Univision Noticias
Behind the presidential Candidate
Behind the presidential Candidate
Published: 2016/01/16
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Barry Nussbaum Report - Rocky De La Fuente - Part 6
Barry Nussbaum Report - Rocky De La Fuente - Part 6
Published: 2015/11/06
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
debate 16
debate 16
Published: 2016/05/31
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
Roque "Rocky" de la Fuente : " No  voten por la reina, ni el pelos de elote"
Roque "Rocky" de la Fuente : " No voten por la reina, ni el pelos de elote"
Published: 2016/07/30
Channel: Azteca America
Clark county joins Nevada recount
Clark county joins Nevada recount
Published: 2016/12/05
Channel: KTNV Channel 13 Las Vegas
Roque de la Fuente se enfrentará a Donald Trump  2
Roque de la Fuente se enfrentará a Donald Trump 2
Published: 2016/06/04
Channel: canalestrellatv
Rocky Talks 1
Rocky Talks 1
Published: 2016/08/21
Channel: Rocky De La Fuente
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Rocky 2016 LLC
LogoRocky.png
Campaign United States presidential election, 2016
Candidate Rocky De La Fuente
Affiliation Democratic Party
American Delta Party
Reform Party
Status Active
Headquarters San Diego, California[1]
Key people Seven Wendroff (campaign treasurer)[1]
Receipts US$7,351,270 (9/30/2016[1])
Slogan We The People
Website
Official website

Rocky De La Fuente ran a third-party campaign for the presidency of the United States in the 2016 election. De La Fuente had sought the Democratic Party's nomination during their presidential primaries. De La Fuente did not win any delegates to the 2016 Democratic National Convention, but he came in fourth by total votes received. De La Fuente founded the American Delta Party, and ran as its presidential nominee with running mate Michael Steinberg. He was also nominated as the presidential nominee of the Reform Party which has ballot access in Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi.[2]

Democratic primary campaign[edit]

Map representing the ballot access of De La Fuente's Democratic Primary campaign
  On primary ballot
  On caucus ballot
  Write-in
  Not on ballot
De La Fuente at the "Lesser-Known Candidates Presidential Forum"

De La Fuente filed his candidacy for President of the United States with the Federal Election Commission as a Democrat. He identified himself as a progressive Democrat. He said that he was inspired to run after becoming dissatisfied with the slate of candidates, especially Donald Trump, whom he accused of alienating large segments of the population. On immigration, De La Fuente supported a path to citizenship and was against the wall proposed by Donald Trump.[citation needed]

Below is a table of the results of primaries in which De La Fuente competed during the Democratic primaries. The total number of votes De La Fuente received can be found in the Votes column. The rank in which De La Fuente came among candidates/ballot options can be found in the Place column.

De La Fuente seen talking to Jorge Ramos at the venue of the Iowa Brown and Black Forum
A car decorated to advertise Rocky's campaign during the Democratic Primaries
Primaries and Caucus Results
Date Contest Votes Percent Place Sources
Feb 9 New Hampshire primary 96 0.04% 8th of 28 [3][4]
March 1 Alabama primary 818 0.20% 4th [5][6]
American Samoan caucus 14 5.91% 3rd [7]
Arkansas primary 1,684 0.76% 6th [8][9]
Massachusetts primary 1,545 0.13% 4th [10][11]
Minnesota caucus 53 0.03% 4th [12]
Oklahoma primary 2,485 0.74% 7th [13][14]
Texas primary 8,429 0.59% 3rd of 8 [15][16]
March 1–8 Democrats Abroad primary 6 0.02% 4th [17]
March 2 Vermont primary 94 0.06% 4th [18][19]
March 5 Louisiana primary 1,341 0.43% 8th of 10 [20][21]
March 8 Michigan primary 870 0.07% 4th [22][23]
Mississippi primary 481 0.21% 5th [24][25]
March 15 Illinois primary 1,802 0.09% 6th [26][27]
Missouri primary 345 0.05% 6th of 9 [28][29]
North Carolina primary 3,376 0.30% 4th [30][31]
Ohio primary 9,402 0.76% 3rd [32][33]
March 22 Arizona primary 2,797 0.60% 4th of 6 [34][35]
Idaho caucus 4 0.02% 3rd [36][37]
Utah caucus 22 0.03% 3rd [38][39]
March 26 Alaskan caucus 1 0.01% 3rd [40][41]
Hawaiian caucus 12 0.04% 3rd [42][43]
April 5 Wisconsin primaryA 18 0.00% 4th [44]
April 26 Connecticut primary 960 0.29% 3rd [45][46]
Delaware primary 1,024 1.09% 3rd [47][48]
Maryland primary 3,582 0.39% 3rd [49][50]
Pennsylvania primary 14,439 0.86% 3rd [51][52]
Rhode Island primary 145 0.12% 4th [53][54]
May 10 West Virginia primary 1010 0.40% 6th [55][56]
May 17 Kentucky primary 1,594 0.35% 4th [57][58]
June 5 Puerto Rico caucus 391 0.44% 3rd [59]
June 7 California primary 8,453 0.16% 5th of 7 [60][61]
June 14 D.C. primary 213 0.22% 3rd [62][63]
Total 67,457 0.22% 4th of 33 [64]
A.^ As a write-in.

Polls[edit]

De La Fuente was almost entirely excluded from polling for the Democratic Primary. However, he was included in three statewide polls.[65]

Texas Democratic Primary
University of Texas / Texas Tribune poll
(February 12-19, 2016)[65]
Candidate Percent
Rocky De La Fuente 1%
Hillary Clinton 54%
Bernie Sanders 44%
Martin O'Malley[a] 1%
Willie Wilson 1%
Star Locke 0%
Keith Judd 0%
Calvin Hawes 0%
Sample: 324 LV
Margin of error: 5.99%
  1. ^ Martin O'Malley had already dropped-out of the race, having suspended his campaign on February 1, 2016.
North Carolina Democratic Primary
High Point University
(January 30-February 4, 2016)[65]
Candidate Percent
Rocky De La Fuente 0%
Hillary Clinton 55%
Bernie Sanders 29%
Martin O'Malley[a] 1%
Don't Know/Refused 15%
Sample: 478 LV
Margin of error: 4.5%
  1. ^ Martin O'Malley dropped-out during the period in which this poll was conducted, suspending his campaign on February 1, 2016.
New Hampshire Democratic Primary
Suffolk University poll
(January 19-21, 2016)[65]
Candidate Number of
respondents
Percent
Rocky De La Fuente 1 0%
Bernie Sanders 250 50%
Hillary Clinton 207 41%
Undecided 32 6%
Martin O'Malley 9 2%
Other 1 0%
Total 500 100%
Sample: 500 LV
Margin of error: 4.4%

Third-party general election campaign[edit]

Ballot access for the American Delta and Reform Party
  On ballot
  Lawsuit pending
  Write-in
  Not on ballot

De La Fuente founded the American Delta Party as a vehicle to continue his campaign into the general election as a third-party candidate.[66][67][68] He was nominated as the party's presidential nominee. His running mate was Michael Steinberg of Florida.[69] On August 8, 2016, De La Fuente was named as the presidential nominee of the Reform Party.[70]

De La Fuente gained ballot access to 147 electoral votes in 20 states (Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Wisconsin, and Wyoming).[71] He qualified as a write-in candidate in Arizona, California, Delaware, Indiana, Maryland, Nebraska, New York, Washington, and West Virginia.[72][73][74][75]

Debates and forums[edit]

During his campaign for Democratic nomination De La Fuente was not invited to any of the Democratic Party forums and debates. De La Fuente also did not qualify for any of the presidential debates sponsored by the Commission on Presidential Debates. De La Fuente, however, was invited to and participated in the 2016 Free & Equal Elections debate.

Polls[edit]

De La Fuente's general election campaign was included in very few polls.

Nevada - Five-way race
Poll source Date administered Delta % Democrat % Republican % Libertarian % IAPN (Constitution) % Lead margin Sample size Margin of error
Suffolk [76][77] September 27–29, 2016 Rocky De La Fuente 1% Hillary Clinton 44% Donald Trump 38% Gary Johnson 7% Darrell Castle 1% 6 500 ± 4.4%
Suffolk [78][79][80] August 15–17, 2016 Rocky De La Fuente 1% Hillary Clinton 43.8% Donald Trump 41.6% Gary Johnson 4.8% Darrell Castle 1% 2.2 500 ± 4.4%

Election results[edit]

De La Fuente received 33,136 votes in the general election, earning him 0.02% of the total popular vote. He failed to win any electoral votes. In the popular vote De La Fuente placed eighth overall, behind the Democratic Party's Hillary Clinton, Republican Party's Donald Trump, Libertarian Party's Gary Johnson, Green Party's Jill Stein, independent Evan McMullin, Constitution Party's Darrell Castle, and Party for Socialism and Liberation's Gloria La Riva.[81]

De La Fuente received more votes than any Reform Party presidential nominee since Ralph Nader's 2004 campaign.

Recount effort[edit]

On November 30 (in response to Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein's efforts to request recounts in Wisconsin and several other states which Donald Trump won) De La Fuente requested a partial-recount in Nevada (a state which Hillary Clinton won). He considered this effort to be a "counterbalance" at Stein's efforts. De La Fuente paid the $14,000 that was required for him to request for a recount to be held in a sample from 5% of state-precincts. Nevada's partial-recount was completed December 8, finding no significant discrepancies.[82][83][84][85]

Campaign finances[edit]

Detailed below are the financial statements filled with the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) of Rocky 2016 LLC as of November 28, 2016.[86]

Receipts
Financial Source Amount (USD)
Federal Funds $0
Itemized Individual Contributions $13,156
Unitemized Individual Contributions $3,887
Total Individual Contributions $17,043
Party Committees Contributions $0
Other Committees Contributions $0
Candidate Contributions $0
Total Contributions $17,043
Transfers from Authorized Committees $0
Candidate Loans $7,855,009
Other Loans $0
Total Loans $7,855,009
Offsets to Operating Expenditures $0
Fundraising Offsets $0
Legal and Accounting Offsets $0
Total Offsets $0
Other Receipts $0
Total Receipts $7,855,009
Disbursements
Disbursements Amount (USD)
Operating Expenditures $4,337,137
Transfers To Authorized Committees $0
Fundraising $3,146,674
Exempt Legal and Accounting $385,982
Candidate Loan Repayments $0
Other Loan Repayments $0
Individual Contribution Refunds $0
Political Party Contribution Refunds $0
Other Committee Contribution Refunds $0
Other Disbursements $0
Total Disbursements $7,869,794
Cash Summary
Category Amount (USD)
Beginning Cash On Hand $0
Current Cash On Hand $2,257
Net Contributions $17,043
Net Operating Expenditures $4,339,360
Debts/Loans Owed By Campaign $7,855,009
Debts/Loans Owed To Campaign $0

Endorsements[edit]

Activists

References[edit]

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