De La Fuente is becoming the fifth Democrat to run in Arkansas' presidential primary next year. He filed paperwork at the state Capitol on Friday to run in the March 1 primary.
As part of his desire to run for the office of president, Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente is aiming to reach the Presidential Debates.
As a spokesperson for De La Fuente noted, although it has been challenging for Rocky to reach the Democratic National Convention, he is optimistic that the support from people who visit his website and social media accounts will help him be included in the upcoming presidential debates, because his political experience and passion to help others make him an ideal Democratic Presidential candidate.
As he promised on his website, De La Fuente vowed that if elected, he will not collect a paycheck until four goals have been accomplished: half of the nation's homeless population is off the streets, one million new jobs have been generated, one hundred new city parks have been created and a logical and smart policy on immigration has been created.
"Building a wall has never been the solution," De La Fuente said. “Is my duty, like Latino, give the people a choice and option is not Trump," said entrepreneur of real state of Mexican descent. The filing period for state and federal offices in Arkansas ended Monday. Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and Florida retiree James Valentine have also filed as Democrats for the primary.
The 61-year-old De La Fuente in 1992, he was elected by the California Democratic Party as Delegate at Large or Super Delegate to represent the entire California state at the New York City Democratic Convention. He is a very successful businessman, multimillionaire, and he is aiming to put the fight for winning the presidency. He is also the owner of a large portfolio of properties in many cities.
For more information on this candidate, visit www.rocky2016.com