Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey Endorses Ashley Moody For Florida Attorney General In 2018

By  //  September 29, 2017

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'no better choice to serve Floridians than Ashley Moody'

Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey, left, is endorsing Republican Ashley Moody, right, as Florida’s next Attorney General.

FLORIDA POLITICS – Brevard Sheriff Wayne Ivey is endorsing Republican Ashley Moody as Florida’s next Attorney General.

“There is no better choice to serve Floridians as our next Attorney General than Ashley Moody,” Ivey said in a statement Thursday.

“Her strong and reasoned approach to the criminal issues that plague our state will have a lasting impact on the safety of our communities. I’m proud to endorse her and hope you will join me in ensuring Ashley Moody is Florida’s next Attorney General.”

Moody, a fifth-generation Floridian, is a native of Hillsborough County.

“A strong voice in support of law enforcement and our constitutional rights, Sheriff Ivey has proven to be a successful and beloved leader in his community,” Moody responded. “He is devoted to his deputies and the people he serves.  I’m humbled and honored to have his support.”

Moody attended the University of Florida where she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting and juris doctor.

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She attended Stetson University College of Law, earning a Masters of Law in International Law. Later, shey joined the United States Attorney’s Office prosecuting drug, firearm and fraud offenses.

While a federal prosecutor, the Drug Enforcement Administration commended Moody for prosecutorial excellence and outstanding initiative in drug law enforcement.

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement also acknowledged her for leading “Operation Round-Up,” a targeted prosecution of violent and repeat offenders.

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