Nina Turner : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
Nina Hudson Turner is an American politician and educator know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
|Birthdate ( Age)||7 December 1967|
|Place of Birth||Cleveland, Ohio, United States|
|Husband/Partner||Jeffery Turner, Sr.|
|Children||Jeffery Turner, Jr.|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Political Party||Democratic Party|
|Profession||American politician and educator|
|Net Worth||$2 Million - $5 Million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Nina Hudson Turner is an American politician and educator. A member of the Democratic Party, she was a Cleveland City Council Member from 2006 to 2008 and an Ohio State Senator from 2008 until 2014.
Nina Turner with Family
She served as a national co-chair of Sanders' 2020 presidential campaign.Turner was a candidate in the 2021 Ohio's 11th congressional district special election. She conceded the race after losing to Shontel Brown.
Early Life and Family
Turner is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. She was born Nina Hudson to teen parents, Faye and Taalib, the first of seven children.Her father and mother separated by the time Turner was five years old. Her mother worked as a preacher and as a nurse's aide in a senior home, struggled with high blood pressure all her life and died in 1992 at the age of 42.
Turner graduated from Cleveland's John F. Kennedy High School in 1986. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history and a Master of Arts degree from Cleveland State University.She has an Associate in Arts degree from Cuyahoga Community College where she is now a tenured assistant professor of history.
Nina Turner Husband
Nina Turner is married with Jeffery Turner, Sr. and the couple have a child name Jeffery Turner, Jr..
Nina Turner Net Worth
Nina Hudson Turner is an American politician and educator who has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million - $5 Million in 2021.
She began her professional career as an aide in 2001 to then-state Senator Rhine McLin.Turner worked for Cleveland Mayor Michael R. White. She later lobbied for the Cleveland Metropolitan School District at the state and federal levels.In September 2008, Senator Lance Mason resigned his 25th District seat in the Ohio Senate to accept an appointment to the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas. Turner was unanimously selected by the Ohio Senate Democratic caucus to serve the remainder of Mason's four-year Senate term.
She resigned her City Council seat to accept the appointment on September 15, 2008. In the 128th General Assembly, Turner was the Ranking Minority member on the Senate Highways & Transportation and Judiciary Criminal Justice Committees.Turner won a full term in 2010, running unopposed in the general election. She was elected as Minority Whip halfway through the 129th General Assembly. She was Minority Whip in the following General Assembly.
As a political statement against legislation attempting to restrict women's access to contraception and abortion,in March 2012, Turner introduced a bill to regulate men's reproductive health. Before getting a prescription for erectile dysfunction drugs, a man would have to get a notarized affidavit signed by a recent sexual partner affirming his impotency, consult with a sex therapist and receive a cardiac stress test.
She said the proposed statute would be parallel to recent legislation written by male legislators restricting women's reproductive health and that she was equally concerned about men's reproductive health.The proposed legislation was not meant to be passed, but as a way of bringing attention to similar bills targeted towards women.
In January 2014, Turner led unsuccessful efforts to change Ohio's rape custody law. It permits visitation and custody by men who father children via rape or sexual assault against a woman or girl. Turner wanted to protect rape victims/survivors and children conceived as a result of rape by preventing parental custody rights from being provided to rapists who fathered their children.
She said it may be difficult for people to contemplate that a person would desire parental rights for a child conceived due to rape, though it occurs.She and fellow Democrat Charleta Tavares introduced SB-171. It would allow rape victims to file court claims terminating their attacker's parental rights and permit a mother to place her child up for adoption without being required to seek her attacker's approval. The bill was stalled in the senate.
Turner has worked for CNN as a contributor. In June 2017, she began a regular segment on The Real News Network called The Nina Turner Show.In 2018, Turner portrayed a fictitious version of herself in the pilot episode of the television series Black Lightning, praising actor Cress Williams' character Jefferson Pierce.
On December 9, 2020, the media began to report that President-elect Joe Biden had plans to appoint Congresswoman Marcia Fudge as his nominee for Secretary of Housing and Urban Development,The same day, Turner filed paperwork to register a committee by the name of "Nina for Us" with the Federal Election Commission. On December 10, Fudge's nomination was made official; five days later, Turner announced her candidacy in the special election for Ohio's 11th congressional district.Turner was considered the frontrunner in the Democratic primary for the seat, but lost to Shontel Brown.