Current Candidates

A political party’s candidates represent their organization’s principles. The Reform Party is constantly seeking ethical and respectable candidates that are willing to fight for reform. Our banner is well guarded, and not everyone can carry it. Our candidates are vetted before they are endorsed to ensure respectability.

The Reform Party supports candidates for local, state and federal office. Those that wish to run, and have the Reform Party endorsement receive as much backing as the party can provide.

Are you willing to represent the Reform Party’s values?

2016 Candidate for President

Rocky De La Fuente – Rocky was born an entrepreneur. He started his first business at the age of nine and was employing classmates by eleven. Then, as a young adult, he entered the automotive business in 1974. At the age of 28, Rocky was recognized by his peers and elected Chairman of the National Dealer Council for the third largest Automotive Company in the world at the time. He does not have to pretend to understand the perspectives of minorities because he is one.

Reform Party Candidates Running as Independents

Ronald Kimmons – Texas, US House of Representatives District 7

Ronald Kimmons was born in Houston, Texas, in 1983. He grew up in Texas, graduating from Madisonville High School. He is the fifth of nine children.

As an undergraduate, he attended Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. He took a break from his studies from 2004 to 2006 to serve as a full-time missionary in southern Taiwan. He then returned to BYU, where he received BA degrees in English and Chinese. He completed his studies in December 2009, which is also when he married his wife Alcione. Together, Ronald and Alcione have lived in Provo, Utah; Houston, Texas; La Serena, Chile; and Boston, Massachusetts, which is where he finished his MBA at Hult International Business School in 2013.

Professionally, Ronald has worked as a content writer, translator, and project coordinator for language services. He is fluent in Mandarin and conversational in Spanish. He can also read Portuguese and Indonesian.

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  1. John Jensen

    How does the Reform Candidate Selection Process work? Could you provide an outline of that process for someone considering running for Office? Please and Thank you.

    Also- How can you submit Solution ideas for consideration by the Reform Party?

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