Businessman Rocky De La Fuente is still open to seeking the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nomination, he tells Independent Political Report.
De La Fuente (campaign website), who is currently running in several primaries for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination, has been considering a run for the Libertarian Party’s nomination since late last year when chairman Nick Sarwark made a Facebook post inviting him to enter the Libertarian race. De La Fuente is a lifetime Libertarian Party member. He reportedly had a table set up at the 2016 Libertarian National Convention and sought the party’s presidential or vice presidential nomination that year.
“Keeping my options open,” says De La Fuente via email.
Others seeking the Libertarian Party’s 2020 presidential nomination include Jacob Hornberger, Vermin Supreme, Jo Jorgensen, Ken Armstrong, Adam Kokesh, Dan Berhman, Max Abramson, Arvin Vohra, Keenan Dunham and former Rhode Island governor Lincoln Chafee.
Unless coronavirus concerns cause a change, the nomination is to be made at the 2020 Libertarian Party National Convention May 21 through 25 in Austin, Texas.