Oct 10 2016

Reform Party Live Tweeted The Second Presidential Debate

The national Reform Party candidate, Roque De La Fuente was barred from Sunday night’s debate. In response, members of the Reform Party’s Communication Committee live tweeted during the debate. With their tweets, members of the Communications Committee weighed in on facts, and critiqued both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. You can view what the Reform Party had to say at: https://twitter.com/ReformParty

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Oct 03 2016

Interview with Richard Winger, Ballot Access Specialist

Richard Winger was interviewed by ReasonTV. During this interview, he talked about ballot access challenges for minor parties, and how the major parties use them to block minor parties. This is a big deal for the Reform Party, and he mentioned the techniques used against the Reform Party, and our candidate Roque De La Fuente.

He starts with the argument, that the United States is the only country in the world, where the US President is elected by popular vote, but the second place challenger can win.

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Oct 03 2016

Roque De La Fuente Buttons Now Available From Reform Party Store

With thirty six days left until the election, the candidates are in the home stretch. The Presidential Candidate of the Reform Party of the United States has made the ballot in over 20 states, and will make it’s best showing in twelve years. Campaigning is an expensive task, and we need to raise money to compete with the political establishment.

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Sep 19 2016

Interview with Reform Party Candidate Roque De La Fuente

Recent, the Reform Party Presidential candidate Roque De La Fuente sat down for an Interview with Independent Political Report. Here is an excert:

Gemma:  On foreign policy issues, what are your main concerns — how do they set you apart from Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump?

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Sep 12 2016

Actions of Arkansas Secretary of State Show Corruption, or Something More

When Reform Party Presidential candidate Roque De La Fuente submitted petitions for ballot access, the Arkansas Secretary of State’s office accepted the submission. It was declared that Roque De La Fuente met the requirements to obtain ballot access. Days later Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin reversed the decision citing “sore loser” laws.

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Sep 09 2016

Reform Party Presidential Candidate Roque De La Fuente on Ballot in Florida and Elsewhere

Reform Party Presidential candidate Roque De La Fuente will be on the Florida ballot, and the Florida Board of Elections has accepted the Reform Party’s slate of electors. It is important to be on the Florida ballot, because it is the most important swing state in the country, and has the best chance of swinging the presidential election one way or the other. Roque De La Fuente used a large amount of resources in Florida towards his senate primary race, and much of the recognition he received in that race will carry over to the general election.

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