Nina Turner

Nina Turner is a former Cleveland City Councilwoman and Ohio State Senator running in the special election to replace Marcia Fudge in Ohio’s 11th Congressional district. In addition to serving as co-chair of the Bernie Sanders Campaign for President in 2020, she served as founding president of Our Revolution, a grassroots organization focused on building progressive power throughout the country. Follow her on Twitter: @NinaTurner

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Saturday, May 01, 2021
President Biden's First 100 Days Have Shown That We Must Have the Courage to Ask for More
When we think back to the great achievements in American history, they are all tied together by the same story. Whether it was the creation of Medicare and Social Security or the success of the civil rights movement, the victories were won by the people and their elected representatives demanding...
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People show their support as they participate in a caravan for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden event on October 11, 2020 in Miami Springs, Florida. The caravan was held by people from the South Florida AFL-CIO, including LIUNA, IBEW, IUPAT, SFBCTC, SEIU, TWU Local 291, United Teachers of Dade, AFSCME, American Postal Workers Union and others, as part of a countywide caravan in support of Joe Biden. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Views
Sunday, November 08, 2020
Biden Needs to Deliver to the Working People Who Delivered for Him
As the dust settles, pundits, political operatives and party insiders are already swarming to tell the story of what really happened in 2020 . They’ll zero in on the smallest margins, the most unlikely Trump-to-Biden swing voters, the affluent white suburbanites. But that’s not the story of this...
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Sunday, May 05, 2019
Why Universal Health Care, Higher Wages, and Free Public Education Are Crucial Issues for Black Women
I was born to teenage parents who got married young and divorced early. My mother raised me herself, along with my six younger siblings, in Cleveland, and life wasn’t easy even in the best of times. At age 42, she died, and it fell on me, then aged 22 and working minimum wage, to take care of all...
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