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Florida Politics: 2 pols, 2 groups endorse Daniella Levine Cava for re-election as Miami-Dade Mayor

Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava’s list of re-election supporters has four new entries.

Two are local politicians, including one who is now running for Congress. The others are advocacy groups representing residents and businesses in and around the county.

Levine Cava’s campaign announced the endorsements of Key Biscayne Vice Mayor Allision McCormick and the city’s former Mayor, Mike Davey, who in February launched a bid for Florida’s 27th Congressional District.

She also netted nods from the Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association and the historic Brownsville Civic Neighborhood Association. They join a passel of other organizations and noteworthy individuals that have gotten behind her this election cycle.

“We are thrilled to announce our endorsement of Mayor Daniella Levine Cava,” said Wendy Kallergis, President and CEO of the Greater Miami and the Beaches Hotel Association.

“Mayor Daniella has shown a deep commitment to supporting our local tourism and hospitality industry, which is vital to the economy of Miami-Dade. Her proactive leadership during the challenges of recent years has been instrumental in our recovery and growth, and we know she is the right leader to guide us into the future.”

Kenny Kilpatrick, President of the Brownsville Civic Neighborhood Association, called Levine Cava “a champion for our community.”

“Her dedication to improving affordable housing, public safety, and community services has made a real difference in the lives of our residents,” he said. “We are proud to endorse her campaign and look forward to continuing our partnership to protect our historic neighborhood and enhance our collective quality of life.”

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