Progressive champion and Ohio congressional candidate Nina Turner released a new campaign ad on Tuesday detailing her support for Medicare for All.\r\n\r\n\u0022Something that continues to haunt me to this day, is my mother dying at the young age of 42 years old,\u0022 Turner says in the video. \u0022No Insurance. No money in the bank. So when I fight for Medicare for all, I\u0026#039;m fighting for my mama who\u0026#039;s not here and working class people.\u0022\r\n\r\nTurner expressed that healthcare should be a right—not a privilege—for working-class Americans and that wealth should never determine one\u0026#039;s ability to access healthcare.\r\n\r\n\u0022Part of fixing our broken healthcare system requires lawmakers to finally reign in the corrupting influence of the pharmaceutical companies and health insurance lobbyists who spend millions to keep the status quo,\u0022 Turner said in a tweet below her campaign ad. \r\n\r\nWith the Democratic primary set for August 3, Turner is running for Ohio\u0026#039;s 11th Congressional District in a special election to fill the House seat vacated by Marcia Fudge\u0026#039;s appointment as U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary.\r\n\r\nTurner was previously a Cleveland city councilwoman, an Ohio State Senator from 2008-2014, and national campaign co-chair for Sen. Bernie Sanders\u0026#039; (I-Vt.) 2020 presidential campaign.\r\n\r\nWatch:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIn polling earlier this month, conducted by an outside firm but paid for by the Turner campaign, the well-known progressive held a commanding three-to-one lead over her closest rival Shontel Brown, currently a Cuyahoga County Councilmember.