Lynda Bell did a push poll (not really polling you, trying to get you to vote a certain way by planting ideas in your head that something is wrong) or as it was described on line: a seemingly unbiased telephone survey that is actually conducted by supporters of a particular candidate and disseminates negative information about an opponent..
The push poll was about how much money Daniella has.
Daniella Levine Cava spent years preparing herself for her career and earned her way into two great schools with hard work and study, she pulled herself up by her bootstraps (very Republican), getting into Yale and Columbia and started her own business. Since when is being successful a liability? Daniella is married to a medical doctor. Between them they earned a very comfortable nest egg. I don't begrudge people who work and save. Why is that part of a push poll? Is the Bell camp trying to make that out into a bad thing? That would be the same as saying Lynda and her husband are not worthy because they have struggled to make a living. People are fair, they value hard work. Sometimes it leads to monetary success, sometimes it does not. Most of all our neighbors value people who give back to the community like Daniella has her whole working life. The Bell push poll is just not going to work, it is unfair to Daniella's work ethic and community involvement. Voters will see that.
As Modesto E. Abety-Guutierrez said:
I’m tired of electing politicians who are only interested in helping themselves, their family members, and the donors who support their campaigns.
Like many of you, I feel that Miami-Dade voters deserve leadership that will truly work on behalf of the people, and bring results that matter to working families across our county.
That’s why I’m thrilled to be supporting Daniella Levine Cava for County Commissioner.
Daniella is a servant leader. For nearly three decades, she has been a force for positive change in our community. As the founder of Catalyst Miami, one of the preeminent nonprofits in South Florida, Daniella created programs that lifted thousands of working families out of poverty through education and access to healthcare, housing, social and financial services. Her work has led to the creation of hundreds of jobs in our community, and countless opportunities for Miami-Dade residents.