Meet Sabina Covo
Miami has seen decades of career politicians in City Hall.
Sabina Covo is different: she’s a working mom who brought OUR voices to the City Commission. Now, she’s running for re-election to keep her promises and keep fighting for us!
Before being elected as the first woman to serve as Commissioner for District 2 since single-member districts were implemented, Sabina Covo ran her own small business and worked as an investigative journalist holding the powerful and corrupt accountable.
Sabina is a longtime Miami resident and studied Journalism, Political Science and Communications at South Florida’s very own Florida International University. Her journey in journalism started at Telemundo in 1999.
In addition to Telemundo, Sabina has reported for Metro Networks, Mega TV, Canal Cartagena America Teve, Azureazure, and MundoFox along with serving as a columnist for El Nuevo Herald and Radio correspondent for PRISA and La Ventana Caracol 1260. She also worked in communications for Audi of Latin America and started her own communications business called Sabina Covo Communications. Her journey in public service began by working with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services as Director of Hispanic Media Relations.
With office hours every Wednesday in City Hall and mobile office hours across the district, Sabina Covo has listened to our voices. She has heard how folks cannot afford to buy a home here in Miami, how climate change is endangering our city through reoccurring floodings, and how residents continue to feel unsafe from crime in Miami.
That’s why she’s running for re-election — to fight for the change our community needs. She’ll continue promoting public safety, fighting to make Miami resilient, combatting flooding, protecting our green space, and tackling our affordability crisis.
As a mother of three, Sabina Covo wants her children to grow up and live in a city that is affordable, safe and built for the future. She’s committed to making that happen by standing up to overdevelopment, supporting our small businesses, and ending the dysfunction at City Hall.
As our Commissioner for District 2, she’ll continue promoting public safety, fighting to make Miami resilient, combatting flooding, protecting our green space, and tackling our affordability crisis.