Tag Archives: Darcy Richardson

Natural Law Party of Michigan Officially Nominates De La Fuente/Richardson Ticket

Yesterday, the Natural Law Party of Michigan, the last remaining ballot qualified entity of the now-defunct national Natural Law Party, officially nominated businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and historian Darcy Richardson for vice president, Ballot Access News reports.  The Alliance Party, for which De La Fuente/Richardson is the 2020 ticket, previously announced an agreement to use the ballot line of the Natural Law Party of Michigan. … Read more ...

Reform Party Nominates Rocky De La Fuente for President

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. … Read more ...

Jim Rex: The Alliance Party Accelerates into the 2020 Election

Alliance Party National Chairman Jim Rex included the following statement in the party’s June newsletter. 

As the Alliance Party enters into its inaugural election year, the activity level of this new approach to politics is ramping up dramatically. As with any national movement, there are many things happening simultaneously.

First and foremost, of course, there is a growing list of outstanding local, state, and federal candidates signing up and being nominated across the Country.… Read more ...

Alliance Party May 2020 Newsletter

The Alliance Party today sent out its first newsletter since nominating the presidential ticket of Rocky De La Fuente and Darcy Richardson last month.

2020 Virtual Convention:

On April 25th the Alliance Party held it first National Convention, State Delegates and speakers held the convention on Zoom which was simulcast on YouTube for observers.… Read more ...

Alliance Party Delegate Who Opposed the De La Fuente Nomination Explains Vote

Ben Thome, state director of the Minnesota Independence-Alliance Party, the Minnesota affiliate of the Alliance Party, explained to IPR his vote as a delegate against the nomination of businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president.  At the party’s first nominating convention last week, the Alliance Party nominated the ticket of De La Fuente and historian Darcy Richardson by a vote of 24 to two, including Thome. … Read more ...

Tom Knapp is Running for Vice President Again

For the third time, for the third different party, third party activist and blogger Tom Knapp is running for Vice President.  In a statement on his Kn@ppster blog from Wednesday, Knapp wonders whether he has set a new Guinness World Record with the run.  Knapp was the 2008 vice presidential nominee of the Boston Tea Party, which he founded. … Read more ...

White Nationalist Billy Roper Defends 2020 Presidential Candidate Joe Wendt

White nationalist Billy Roper, former member of the National Alliance, founder of the now-defunct White Revolution, and current coordinator of The Shieldwall Network, defended 2020 Reform Party presidential candidate Joe Wendt, who represented Roper in Roper’s 2012 campaign for the Boston Tea Party’s (BTP) presidential nomination.  Wendt has given various excuses for his participation in Roper’s campaign: claiming it was someone else with a similar name, that he had been hacked, that he was pulling a prank on the BTP, a prank on Roper, a practical joke, and, most recently, that he had simply made a mistake,

Before seeking the nomination, Roper’s far right activities and views were well publicized. … Read more ...

Rocky De La Fuente to Seek Reform Party Presidential Nomination with Running Mate Darcy Richardson

Rocky De La Fuente, the newly-minted presidential nominee for the fledgling Alliance Party, will now seek the Reform Party presidential nomination, says his running mate Darcy Richardson in comments at Ballot Access News.  Richardson himself sought the presidential nomination of the Reform Party but now plans to step aside for De La Fuente and attempt to obtain the vice presidential nomination instead. … Read more ...

Alliance Party Nominates 2020 Presidential Ticket of De La Fuente/Richardson

The Alliance Party held its first presidential nomination convention yesterday with participants on Zoom and livestreamed on YouTube.  The party nominated the ticket of businessman Rocky De La Fuente for president and historian Darcy Richardson for vice president.

Chairman Jim Rex, the former South Carolina Superintendent of Education, opened the convention. … Read more ...

2020 Alliance Party Presidential Nomination Convention

The livestream has now concluded.

The Alliance Party is currently holding its first presidential nomination convention live on YouTube.  It is considering nominating a ticket of businessman Rocky De La Fuente for President and historian Darcy Richardson for Vice President.  2014 independent U.S. Senate candidate and 2018 gubernatorial candidate Greg Orman of Kansas is the keynote speaker.… Read more ...

Alliance Party: A Major Announcement

The Alliance Party, founded in 2018 with a merger of the American Moderates Party, the Modern Whig Party, the American Party of South Carolina, and later joined by the Independence Party of Minnesota, the American Alliance Party, and the Independent Party of Connecticut, put out the following statement today about its 2020 nominating convention:

We are especially pleased to announce that we are convening the delegates of the several states for the purpose of the possible nomination of a presidential ticket. … Read more ...

Darcy Richardson Discusses the Alliance Party

Historian Darcy Richardson, an IPR contributor, is still seeking the presidential nomination of the Reform Party, however, a new party in the works has grabbed his attention.

The Alliance Party, founded in 2018 with a merger of the American Moderates Party, the Modern Whig Party, the American Party of South Carolina, and later joined by the Independence Party of Minnesota, the American Alliance Party, and the Independent Party of Connecticut, plans to pick a presidential ticket April 25 in an online convention. Read more ...