Iggy Álvarez no presentó su candidatura a sheriff de Miami-Dade hasta octubre. Aun así, recaudó más que otros 11 candidatos el trimestre pasado.

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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