Republican lawyer and former police officer Ignacio “Iggy” Alvarez didn’t officially enter the crowded 2024 race for Miami-Dade County Sheriff until last week, but he still managed to outpace 11 other candidates vying for the job in third-quarter fundraising.
That’s because, although he wasn’t technically in the contest, he’d already started collecting donations in late July, when he opened a political committee called Law, Order, Justice and Integrity.
By Sept. 30, the end of Q3, he had collected $152,000 through fewer than 35 donations, most of them personal checks.
The haul was three times more than his closest fundraising competitor amassed
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