Eddie Lewis of Miami Shores has signed on to challenge Audrey Edmonson. If it is the same Eddie Lewis, he also ran for Property Appraiser in 2008 getting 13.79% of the vote. He ran for Mayor in 2011 and got .67% of the vote. In 2006 he ran for Florida State House and lost again.
To be honest, I didn't even know Audrey's district went all the way to Miami Shores. I had to open a map to double check.
Lewis raised $11,620 for his mayoral campaign (all but $260 were loans to himself). He got $10 from Brett Berlin (what is that about? A fellow Democrat giving a pittance?). I don't consider this a serious challenge.
Folks, good intentions can't mount a decent campaign. If you can't raise any money, you can't win unless, of course, you are rich. You can then loan yourself the needed funds. You might be able to win with a third of the money of your opponent and a lot of hard work, but any less is pretty tricky. Ask Julio Robaina who lost to Xavier Suarez - He had less than a third ($76,808 to $254,016). The only exception I have seen is Jean Monestime. He had a credible $106,775, but that amounted to less than a third of Dorrin Rolle's $388,408.