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Florida Politics: Daniella Levine Cava campaign reports $550K haul in 2 months before qualifying deadline

Daniella Levine Cava has amassed more than $550,000 in the last two months toward her bid to keep her job as Mayor of Miami-Dade County, her campaign says.

Combined with prior fundraising, she’s raised almost $4.6 million this election cycle to remain in office.

Official fundraising numbers for April 1-May 30 are due June 10. The qualifying deadline is the day after.

Last week, Levine Cava qualified for the race by petition. It marked the second consecutive time she did so.

She remains the only person to qualify for the Mayor’s race by petition in Miami-Dade history.

“I am truly humbled by the incredible support we’ve received from our community,” she said in a statement.

“Together, we’ve accomplished so much — from lowering costs to prioritizing safety and fostering innovation. With another four years of progress, I’m confident we can accomplish even more. Our work is far from over, and I’m eager to continue serving the residents of Miami-Dade County.”

Miami-Dade’s first woman Mayor and the first Jewish person to hold the office, Levine Cava faces six challengers this year.

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