Election Day Countdown

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Until we shatter Miami-Dade's highest glass ceiling
Focused on Our Community

Election Day Countdown

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Until we shatter Miami-Dade's highest glass ceiling
Focused on Our Community

SECURE

Daniella’s Plan to Stop COVID and Revitalize Our Economy

We need bold action to stop coronavirus. That means investing in our healthcare infrastructure, expanding access to care, and supporting healthcare workers.

RECOVER

Daniella’s Plan to Support Our Small Business Community

Our economy has been uniquely affected and the small businesses that make up the backbone of our community’s economic engine are struggling.

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.

Watch Daniella

It's time for a Mayor with vision, integrity, and results.

Daniella has spent her life fighting corruption, defending our environment, and standing up for our most vulnerable. As Mayor, she’ll help us build back stronger in the wake of COVID-19.

Supported by Our Community

A History of Service

Daniella has been a tireless advocate for our residents and communities.

Daniella 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.

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Become a part of Daniella’s team today! Whether you can contribute $5 or $500, every contribution helps fuel this grassroots campaign.

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Miami Herald: “DNC Chair Tom Perez campaigns for Latino vote in South Florida”

Perez kicked off his afternoon at Jackson South Medical Center in Kendall at an event hosted by local 1991 chapter of the Service Employees International Union. Perez joined Miami-Dade County mayoral candidate Daniella Levine Cava to host a lunch event for nurses and healthcare workers at the hospital. At a small courtyard sandwiched between hospital buildings, Perez thanked the union and addressed some of the workers about healthcare ballot issues. He asked for them to be active and make sure they vote.

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Early Voting

Don’t miss your chance to make your voice heard! You can vote early until November 1st.