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Daniella’s Plan to Stop COVID and Revitalize Our Economy

We need bold action to stop this virus. That means investing in our healthcare infrastructure, expanding access to care, and supporting healthcare workers. And if we support our most vulnerable residents and embrace science, we can build back stronger in the wake of COVID-19. 

EMPOWER

Daniella’s Plan to Give Black Residents a Real Voice in the Mayor’s Office

Miami-Dade County has ignored Black residents for far too long. We need to do better, and Daniella has a plan to empower marginalized communities that has earned her the support of Black leaders across Miami-Dade.

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A History of Service

Daniella Levine Cava has been a tireless advocate for South Florida residents and communities for almost 40 years. She came to South Florida in 1980, to join her husband, Dr. Robert Cava, a Miami native. Daniella and Robert raised two children, Eliza and Edward, in Miami-Dade. After a decade of work as an attorney with Legal Services of Greater Miami and the Guardian Ad Litem program, in 1996 Commissioner Levine Cava founded the Human Services Coalition, now known as Catalyst Miami.

Since her historic victory in 2014, Commissioner Levine Cava has put her experience and passion to work as a powerful voice on the County Commission for a range of quality of life, accountability, economic and environmental concerns.

In April 2019 Commissioner Levine Cava announced she was running for Mayor of Miami-Dade County. Deeply concerned by the prosperity gap, threat of sea level rise, and widespread distrust in County government, she set out to be #AMayorWhoCares about these and many other pressing issues facing our County.

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Latest Updates

MIAMI HERALD: Will next Miami-Dade mayor ask voters to fund climate projects? One candidate says yes

Alex Penelas said Wednesday he would ask voters to approve major projects to protect Miami-Dade from the effects of climate change if he’s elected mayor …

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MIAMI HERALD: Will next Miami-Dade mayor ask voters to fund climate projects? One candidate says yes

Alex Penelas said Wednesday he would ask voters to approve major projects to protect Miami-Dade from the effects of climate change if he’s elected mayor …

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Coronavirus Update

For the latest information as it becomes available, please visit www.cdc.gov

For everyone, the coronavirus outbreak has altered the course of our lives. We all have a responsibility to practice social distancing to slow the spread of the virus. That’s why our campaign has cancelled all in-person events, pulled down paid advertisements, and switched to a virtual phonebank. That means you can make calls to encourage voters to mail completed petitions to our headquarters from the comfort of your home. Click here to sign up now and help us hit our goal!
 
Please continue to follow the guidance of the CDC, Florida Department of Health, and Miami-Dade County, and remember to keep in touch with friends and family. We may be socially distancing, but we can and should stay connected. Together, I know we can protect our community from this virus and take care of each other.