Cincinnati dynamo Pam Rocker has big dreams. She wants to be the first female president of the United States of America. And the first black woman president of the United States of America. And the first transgender president of the United States of America.
The megawatt Pam Rocker’s motto is no less than “Rebranding America’s Leadership.” She’s promising real change: “Twenty steps forward, not twenty steps back.”
Pam’s story is an all-American one—if not quite rags to riches, it’s still one about rising above your circumstances and past to follow your dreams and aspire to greatness.
Things were rough growing up. She was born in public housing and given to the state by her parents. She grew up in ten different foster homes and as many schools. She didn’t let the tough circumstances stop her from working hard at any job she could land, eventually at a law firm where she was quickly promoted.
She moved to California to get a degree in Office Administration. While she was in Los Angeles, she ended up recording some rap music for a movie soundtrack, an opportunity that meant touring to over forty states to promote her song, “Eat Sushi.”
In 2015, she married the man of her dreams, Victor, and hopes they will be America’s First Couple in 2020 and an example of marriage equality.
Pam’s platform is about ushering in sustainable prosperity, especially for underserved populations like African Americans and transgender people. She supports green energy, Obama’s legacy through the Affordable Care Act, and reparations for African Americans.
Two unusual and focal aspects of her platform include legalizing marijuana and a free car to every household. One will uplift the economy and reduce national debt while freeing nonviolent folks from prison and probation, and the other will ensure a revival of the American auto industry and access to work and community participation for every home in America. How the auto program will work with the green program is unclear, but where there’s a will, there’s a way!
More and more transgender people are entering public office and representing their communities, not just in the United States, but around the world. We wish Pam Rocker all the best with her campaign.