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MIAMI HERALD: Miami-Dade police review panel won’t go to voters, but commission can still revive it

Joining Bovo in opposing the referendum on a review panel were Commissioners Jose “Pepe” Diaz, Joe Martinez, Rebeca Sosa and Javier Souto. Bovo’s rival commissioners in the Aug. 18 primary in the mayoral race, Daniella Levine Cava and Xavier Suarez, joined the rest of the board in voting “yes.”

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FLORIDA POLITICS: Emgage Action PAC backs Daniella Levine Cava in Miami-Dade mayoral race

Emgage Action PAC is offering a dual endorsement in the race for Miami-Dade County Mayor, as the group is backing both Daniella Levine Cava and Alex Penelas. Emgage Action …

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CBS MIAMI: From Handing COVID To Police Reform, Candidates For Miami-Dade Mayor Make Their Case At Forum

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Miami-Dade County will get a new mayor to oversee a $9-billion budget and move the county into a new normal. …

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MIAMI HERALD: In CARES Act fight, candidates for Miami-Dade mayor side with cities over Gimenez

Candidates running to succeed Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez are united in criticizing him for ongoing friction with city mayors during the coronavirus crisis, including the latest flare …

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WSVN: Miami-Dade Mayor candidates deliver pitches amid early elections

“I have 40 years of experience running organizations that has given me the experience to move forward with efficiency, results and compassion,” said Democratic Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava.

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MIAMI’S COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER: Commissioner Levine Cava partners with NAMI Miami-Dade County and Health Foundation of South Florida to bring mental health awareness and solutions to parents, caregivers and youth

In response to the rise of mental health conditions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, County Commissioner Levine Cava is partnering with the National Alliance …

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SOUTH FLORIDA CARIBBEAN NEWS: South Florida Regional Planning Council Secures Funding for COVID-impacted Business

“We are delighted to stand with the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration to secure and provide critically needed financial resources to South Florida’s small businesses who have been devastated as a result of the coronavirus pandemic,” said Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava, Chair of the South Florida Regional Planning Council.

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MIAMI HERALD: They guard the airport and Metrorail, but their sick leave isn’t paid — even with COVID

An effort to ensure paid leave proposed by Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava was shot down in May by several county commissioners, including Commissioner Esteban “Steve” Bovo, who compared the request to the economic mandates that exist under communism. Both commissioners are running for Miami-Dade mayor.

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