Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, who has owned car dealerships and currency exchanges in San Diego County, and now concentrates on real estate, is running for the United States Senate in six states this year: Florida, Hawaii, Minnesota, Vermont, Washington, and Wyoming. He is running as a Republican, according to Ballotpedia. He was defeated in the California Senate race, getting 2.08 percent in the June 5 California Republican primary, according to Ballotpedia.
He ran for president in 2016 on the Reform Party ticket. He had been defeated in Democratic primaries in a number of states.
According to the Constitution, a senator must be a resident of the state they represent when they are elected. But state laws differ. In some states, a candidate may not have to move into a state until just before the election.