Daniel Perez backs Kevin Marino Cabrera for Miami-Dade County Commission
Representative of the Republican State of Miami Daniel Pereza future Speaker of the House, has endorsed the specialist in government relations Kevin Marino Cabrera for the headquarters of the Miami-Dade County Commission representing District 6.
The Cabrera campaign announced on Monday the endorsement of Pérez, who in a statement said he was “proud to support” Cabrera.
“District 6 residents deserve bold, fresh leadership that struggles to address the issues that matter most: inflation and the cost of living, and the affordability of housing,” said Perez, who is on its way to becoming a speaker in 2024. “Kevin is a fighter who will be a great partner and a strong advocate for Miami-Dade residents in Tallahassee.”
Cabrera, in turn, called Perez “a great defender” of Miami.
“I look forward to working with him to find solutions to the challenges that District 6 residents face, both locally and statewide,” he said. “I want to thank you for your friendship and support.”
Perez joins other high-profile members of the Florida GOP to support Cabrera.
On May 6, former president Donald Trump he threw his “Complete and total” support. behind Cabrera, who was Florida’s state director for Trump and the Republican National Committee during the 2020 election. Cabrera’s work, which included the creation and guidance of a of 200 employees, helped deliver the highest level of registered Republicans in Florida history, secured the state for Trump, and paved the way for registered Republicans surpass in name Democrats for the first time in history.
A few days later, the Florida Chief of Operations and the Fire Commissioner Jimmy Patronis he said he supported Cabrera in the county race.
Last week, he received it. Maria Elvira Salazar he announced his support for Cabrera, whom he described as “a proven leader” who has “all the experience the private sector needs to fight” for District 6 residents.
Cabrera, who is married to the Republican state deputy. Demi Busatta Cabrerahe has worked for numerous fat Republican leaders, including Trump, a former governor. Jeb Bushformer U.S. Rep Carlos Curbelo and the Florida Supreme Court Judge Joan Couriel.
Senior Vice President of Global Public Strategy WednesdayCabrera nominated the Miami-Dade Commission on April 26. He previously served as an elected councilor on a Miami-Dade land use zoning board.
He is now running to succeed his fellow Republican Rebeca Insulsawho is due to step down this year due to voter approval time limitsto the 13-member County Commission.
“As we continue to campaign throughout the district, I look forward to gaining the support and vote of my fellow residents,” he said.
District 6 covers a central part of Miami-Dade, including some or all of the cities of Miami Springs, Virginia Gardens, and West Miami; parts of Coral Gables, Hialeah and Miami; and some of the unincorporated areas of the county. The district also contains Miami International Airportone of the two major economic engines in the county and a Miami golf course redeveloped as a football stadium complex for the city’s Major League Soccer team, Inter Miami CF.
Cabrera faces four opponents in the technically non-partisan contest of the Miami-Dade Commission: the Republican businessman Dariel Fernandez, which owns and operates a software development company in Coral Gables; Coral Gables City Commissioner Jorge Fors Jr.who has launched his campaign this month with a guarantee from Sosa; architect Orlando Lamaswhich changed from campaigning for the Florida House to a county offer in March; and the Miami Springs Democrat Victor Vázqueza lifelong educator and Air Force veteran who applied on May 10th.