Tina Gray Russell Wins The WV Democratic Primary…Making History on Today’s episode of Backwards & In High Heels!

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On Today’s episode of Backwards & In High Heels The Podcast, we talk with Tina Gray Russell, who won her Primary in WV against Eric Porterfield.

She’s a true people champion and I love everything she does and stands for.  She’s also a history maker as the first Black female Democratic candidate to win a primary in Mercer County.  WHOOOO!  We’re thrilled to support her and her campaign.  Please follow her on Twitter @TinaRussell309, visit her site at https://t.co/WzrmKwADpA?amp=1, and donate, volunteer and support where and how you can.  Let’s help make history again!!!!

Check out this great article on Tina winning her primary from a local media outlet.  #HEELyeah! 


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Jenny co-hosts the podcast Backward in High Heels with the fantastic L. Renee Chubb. She inherited her father’s passion for film, television, and theatre, and his need to help people however he can, whenever he can. Jenny believe content creators have a unique opportunity to bring new and different perspectives to people, and when democracy is threatened, dissent becomes patriotic,. Raised in Kansas, Jenny has lived in New York and California, and still believes we can come together and get through this in one piece. She is a member of Women in Film, has participated in Sundance’s Female Filmmaker’s Initiative, and wrote for a web series - Southern Dish - which did quite well on YouTube and Funny or Die.

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