'Executive Director of the Libertarian Party of Miami-Dade County
'Precinct 948 Delegate of the Executive Committee of the Libertarian Party of Miami-Dade County
|Birth:||8 March 1994 |
Pierre-Alexandre Crevaux is a former U.S.-based Libertarian political consultant and current communications specialist in the Republic of Georgia who served at various times as a member of the Executive Committee of the Libertarian Party of Miami-Dade County, its Executive Director, a campaign manager in Florida and currently works at the Administration of the President of Georgia.
Pierre-Alexandre Crevaux is born on 8 March 1994 in Paris, France. After a short sting in cinematography, playing in several French movies, he moved to the United States at 14 years old in 2008, where he finished his studies in Miami, FL.
In 2013, Crevaux joined the newly-created Libertarian Party of Miami-Dade County and was appointed by local chair Dianne Thorne as its Nominating Committee Chairman, in charge of recruiting candidates for local elections. In September of that year, he managed the campaign of Marcos Miralles, a 19-year-old Libertarian candidate for the City Council of Hialeah who led an anti-corruption campaign and formed an opposition coalition made of Republican, Democratic and Libertarian candidates, but lost with nearly 25% of the vote. In June 2014, Gary Gerstein became the first-ever Libertarian elected official in Miami-Dade County when becoming a Community Councilman of Fisher Island, the world's wealthiest municipality.
In 2014, Crevaux left his direct work with the LPMDC and formed the South Florida Citizens for a New Governance PAC as a private consultant. The PAC's main purpose was working to promote the election of Adrian Wyllie, Libertarian candidate for Governor of Florida.
In April 2015, he returned to the LPMDC as a member of its Executive Committee and became instrumental in writing its governing documents. At the helm of the party's new Elections Committee, Crevaux led a series of successful campaigns for various local seats across Miami-Dade County. The party's Operation CDD Takeover aimed at seeking and electing Libertarians on the boards of Community Development Districts, special taxing districts overseeing neighborhood managements, to overhaul their taxing systems. He also helped oversee locally the first-ever Libertarian Senate Primary in Florida history, but was criticized due to his insistence on the party remaining neutral during the primary. In 2016, Crevaux helped run the campaign of Gary Johnson, Libertarian candidate for President, in South Florida.
As Executive Director of the LPMDC, a position he held since 2016, Crevaux oversaw a growth in membership and fundraising for the local party. He also inaugurated the first-ever headquarters of the LPMDC in Downtown Miami, under the chairmanship of Maxwell F. Getz. In 2017, Crevaux led the successful campaign of Marcos Miralles for Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Florida, who defeated the incumbent, and became a close personal adviser to Miralles.
In 2018, Crevaux moved out of the United States and to Georgia, where he became a communications specialist for the Administration of the President of Georgia.
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