Today on the last day of the virtual 2020 Reform National Convention, the Reform Party nominated businessman Rocky De La Fuente for President and historian Darcy Richardson for Vice President. According to Ballot Access News, De La Fuente received 17 delegate votes, New Hampshire Representative Max Abramson received four, and transhumanist Ben Zion received one. Educator Souraya Faas, who also sought the nomination, dropped out before the vote and endorsed De La Fuente.
De La Fuente was the party’s 2016 presidential nominee with running mate attorney Michael Steinberg. During the campaign he received a total of 33,136 votes. This is the first time in its history the Reform Party has nominated the same presidential candidate twice.
De La Fuente is also the 2020 presidential nominee of the Alliance Party, which has ballot access in Delaware, South Carolina, and possibly Connecticut.
The Reform Party is only on the ballot in Florida.