On August 18th, a Youtube video of a recent interview with Darcy Richardson was posted. Darcy Richardson was one of several presidential contenders for the Reform Party nomination this year, but stayed on after Roque De La Fuente won the Reform Party nod. During his interview, which viewed on more then 150 AM and FM stations, Darcy talked third party politics. Showing good sportsmanship, and supporting his party, Darcy Richardson talked at length about Roque De La Fuente and the Reform Party.
August 2016 archive
Aug 28 2016
Aug 27 2016
Recently Donna Shankle, the Southwest Representative of the Reform Party National Committee and the Vice-chair of the Reform Party of Florida gave an interview for the article Beyond Trump and Clinton. This article outlines the alternative Presidential candidates to the Democratic and Republican nominees, including the Reform Party’s Roque De La Fuente.
Aug 22 2016
The Reform Party of Florida is currently seeking people willing to serve as electors. These electors must be registered as Reform Party members, and be willing to caste an electoral college vote for Roque De La Fuente if he wins the state. This slate of electors must be filed with the state, and the deadline is approaching. If you are willing to serve as an elector email us at email@example.com.
Aug 20 2016
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In the midst of the worst natural disaster since Katrina, the Reform Party leadership in Louisiana were among those who suffered significant losses. Many of them lost their homes and for almost a week had no ability to communicate outside the area. We will be helping to raise money for our members who lost so much.
Aug 17 2016
Former Reform Party Presidential candidate Darcy Richardson will appear on This Week in America on Thursday. Darcy Richardson ran for the Reform Party nomination in both 2012 against Andre Barnett and 2016 against Roque De La Fuente. In 2012 he also ran for the Democratic nomination as a protest to the policies of Barack Obama.
Aug 17 2016
Reform Party Presidential Candidate Roque De Le Fuente has joined with Green Party nominee Jill Stein to file a lawsuit over Oklahoma ballot access laws in federal court. This lawsuit sites “an unnecessarily early petition filing deadline, and unnecessarily high petition signature requirement”.
Oklahoma is notorious for keeping minor parties off the ballot. It takes 25,000 valid petition signatures for a candidate to receive ballot access. These signatures must be turned in by July 15th. The last time a minor party candidate achieved ballot access was in 2000, when Pat Buchanan ran on the Reform Party line. The last time that an independent was balloted in Oklahoma was Ross Perot in the1992.