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Florida Politics: “Daniella Levine Cava drops Spanish-language ad touting support from Annette Taddeo”

Democratic Sen. Annette Taddeo
is featured in a new Spanish-language ad supporting Daniella Levine Cava in the Miami-Dade County mayoral race. Taddeo endorsed Levine Cava in Aug. 2019, making her an early Levine Cava backer. “She is the embodiment of good government and a true champion of the people,” Taddeo said at the time. “I am excited to campaign side-by-side with Daniella and make history as we elect Miami-Dade’s first woman as our next Mayor.”

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Florida Politics: “Everglades Trust endorses Daniella Levine Cava in Miami-Dade mayoral race”

“The Everglades and coastal estuaries do not care about partisan politics, and
neither does the Everglades Trust. We are calling on Democrats, NPAs, Republicans — all voters — to get behind a clean water champion and elect Daniella Levine Cava as the next Mayor of Miami-Dade County.” The race for Miami-Dade County is nonpartisan, though Levine Cava has clearly carved out the more progressive lane in the two-person race. She’s battling Esteban “Steve” Bovo, who has been endorsed by Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez and other Republicans.

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Florida Politics: “Daniella Levine Cava poll shows her leading Steve Bovo by 13 points in Miami-Dade mayoral race”

Levine Cava is competing against Esteban “Steve” Bovo in the contest. The poll puts Levine Cava at 45% support. Bovo is earning 32% support. As expected, Levine Cava is leading large among Democrats while Bovo is securing Republican support. The survey shows Levine Cava with a 77%-2% advantage among Democrats. Bovo leads with Republicans by a 73%-6% margin. The remainder of both those groups are undecided.

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Local 10: “Leaders hold virtual town hall discussing ways to save Biscayne Bay”

Tuesday’s event was moderated by Local 10′s Louis Aguirre and sponsored by Miami-Dade Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava. “I am not sure how much more our Biscayne Bay can take,” said Cava. Commissioner Cava said that plan is already happening, with Miami-Dade Water and Sewage Department allocating funds to connect some of their lines to most the critical homes with problematic septic tanks, greatly reducing the cost to home owners.

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Florida Politics: “Daniella Levine Cava drops Spanish-language ad touting support from Annette Taddeo”

Democratic Sen. Annette Taddeo
is featured in a new Spanish-language ad supporting Daniella Levine Cava in the Miami-Dade County mayoral race. Taddeo endorsed Levine Cava in Aug. 2019, making her an early Levine Cava backer. “She is the embodiment of good government and a true champion of the people,” Taddeo said at the time. “I am excited to campaign side-by-side with Daniella and make history as we elect Miami-Dade’s first woman as our next Mayor.”

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Florida Politics: “Everglades Trust endorses Daniella Levine Cava in Miami-Dade mayoral race”

“The Everglades and coastal estuaries do not care about partisan politics, and
neither does the Everglades Trust. We are calling on Democrats, NPAs, Republicans — all voters — to get behind a clean water champion and elect Daniella Levine Cava as the next Mayor of Miami-Dade County.” The race for Miami-Dade County is nonpartisan, though Levine Cava has clearly carved out the more progressive lane in the two-person race. She’s battling Esteban “Steve” Bovo, who has been endorsed by Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nuñez and other Republicans.

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Florida Politics: “Daniella Levine Cava poll shows her leading Steve Bovo by 13 points in Miami-Dade mayoral race”

Levine Cava is competing against Esteban “Steve” Bovo in the contest. The poll puts Levine Cava at 45% support. Bovo is earning 32% support. As expected, Levine Cava is leading large among Democrats while Bovo is securing Republican support. The survey shows Levine Cava with a 77%-2% advantage among Democrats. Bovo leads with Republicans by a 73%-6% margin. The remainder of both those groups are undecided.

Read More

Local 10: “Leaders hold virtual town hall discussing ways to save Biscayne Bay”

Tuesday’s event was moderated by Local 10′s Louis Aguirre and sponsored by Miami-Dade Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava. “I am not sure how much more our Biscayne Bay can take,” said Cava. Commissioner Cava said that plan is already happening, with Miami-Dade Water and Sewage Department allocating funds to connect some of their lines to most the critical homes with problematic septic tanks, greatly reducing the cost to home owners.

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