Rocky De La Fuente Announces Run as a Republican for Mayor of New York City

Rocky De La Fuente Announces Run as a Republican for Mayor of New York City

This New York Post story says Rocky De La Fuente has announced that he is seeking the Republican nomination for Mayor of New York City. Thanks to Frank Morano for the link.

http://nypost.com/2017/03/22/millionaire-from-california-throwing-hat-into-mayoral-race/

 

9 thoughts on “Rocky De La Fuente Announces Run as a Republican for Mayor of New York City

  1. Andy

    I just realized that I did not add a picture here. If this is some kind of IPR rule, then somebody else can feel free to add a picture. If nobody else does this, I may come back later and add a picture of Rocky de la Fuente.

  2. Melinda Pillsbury-Foster

    How funny! Rocky is running again after running for President and the US Senate last year with worse vote totals than can be imagined. At least this will put some money into the economy in NY.

  3. Dave

    I’ve always thought this gentleman had a serious fetish for throwing his money away. This latest move does nothing to make me think otherwise.

  4. paulie

    I just realized that I did not add a picture here. If this is some kind of IPR rule, then somebody else can feel free to add a picture

    I did, but I don’t want to be on the hook for doing it whenever you post articles. Call me if you need help learning how to do it yourself. It seems pretty easily self-explanatory to me but I’ve been it at it for a while so I understand if you need help.

    Also, categorization. The alt-party relevance is that Rocky ran as a non-left right and independent candidate last year. “Third Parties General” is not the same thing as non-left right parties, it is things that pertain to all alt parties regardless of ideology. “Uncategorized” is not “things which are not related to alt parties at all, such as running as an establishment party candidate” it is articles which do not fall into any category we have. So, if an article has one or more categories, it should not also be “uncategorized” at the same time.

    Those are categorization errors I often see IPR writers make, so this is not just @Andy. Another one that I see frequently is categorizing things about parties which happen to have “independent” as their name or part of their name in the “independent” category, which should just be for candidates without any party at all, or pertaining to voters who are registered without a political party.

  5. Rev. James Clifton

    Another “user” who abandoned the Party that nominated him for President.

  6. Steven Berson

    Say what you want about him – but I still absolutely believe Roque de la Fuente would be a WAY better Mayor than the likes of Bill de Blasio or Joe Lhota!

  7. Andy

    “paulie
    March 25, 2017 at 15:35
    ‘I just realized that I did not add a picture here. If this is some kind of IPR rule, then somebody else can feel free to add a picture’
    I did, but I don’t want to be on the hook for doing it whenever you post articles. Call me if you need help learning how to do it yourself. It seems pretty easily self-explanatory to me but I’ve been it at it for a while so I understand if you need help.”

    I was not sure if I remembered how to do it, and I was pressed for time at the time that I posted it.

  8. Just Some Random Guy

    So…
    >Ran for president as a Democrat.
    >Didn’t get nomination, ran for president under the American Delta/Reform Party banner.
    >Now is running for mayor of New York as a Republican.

    That’s three parties in less than two years. Has anyone else gone through parties that quickly?

  9. paulie

    Yes, there are some people that fit that description. For example, Robby Wells comes to mind. Search IPR archives if you are not familiar with him.

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