James Mackler (Backwards & In High Heels)

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James Mackler for U.S. Senate in Tennessee talks Fresh New Change and a Life of Servitude with Backwards & In High Heels, The Podcast

James Mackler closed his law practice to join the U.S. Army after 9/11. He earned an age waiver, learned to fly a Black Hawk helicopter, and did that in Iraq where he received an Air Medal and a Combat Action Badge. James later became an Army prosecutor serving in the JAG Corps. He left active duty in 2011 and continues to serve in the Tennessee Air National Guard. Today, James is running for Tennessee’s open U.S. Senate seat for the same reasons he joined the army after 9/11 – he sees our country in crisis, and he needs to do more to serve.

Volunteer with James’ campaign by sending an email to vols@jamesmackler.com or sign up on the website:  https://www.jamesmackler.com/action/

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It’s hard being a woman in the 21st Century. Hard to be heard, hard to be seen and hard to be treated equally. It’s even harder to do it all backwards and in high heels. Each Wednesday, join L. Renee’, 4x published author, Creator of #DemWords column on DemWritePress and longtime community activist, joined by her co-host, Jenny Gattone, Published Author and former staff writer on the web series “Southern Dish,” each Wed at 12pm EST.

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