Sarah Jessica Parker has thoughts on Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial bid
- Author: Theresa Obrien Mar 30, 2018,
Mar 30, 2018, 0:29
After Cynthia Nixon, better known as Miranda Hobbes, announced her candidacy for NY governor last week, previous NY mayoral candidate Christine Quinn-perhaps still pissed that Nixon endorsed Bill de Blasio over her in the 2013 Democratic Primary-called Nixon an "unqualified lesbian".
In a short statement toPage Six, Parker said that: "Cynthia has been my friend and colleague since we were little girls. I know that she would be an excellent Governor!" she wrote on March 19.
So the far-more-enthusiastic Thursday Instagram puts her in the same camp as Davis, who immediately after Nixon announced her run for the Empire State's Democratic nomination, publicly backed her former co-star.
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Calling Nixon "my sister on and off screen", Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw, told her former castmate that "you have my love, support and vote".
ET spoke with 51-year-old Nixon while she was en route to her first campaign event in Brooklyn, New York, last Tuesday.
We bet! It probably helps that Nixon stayed (relatively) neutral in the SATC3 beef between Cattrall and Parker.
She added, "We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us".
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The actress and activist will challenge Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the state's Democratic primary in September.
She then shared a link to donate to Nixon's campaign.
"She never went for the fame", Field said.
Willie Garson (who played Stanford Blatch), Evan Handler (Harry Goldenblatt), and David Eigenberg (Steve Brady) also tweeted sentiments for Nixon. "She's a New York City mom, very practical and down-to-earth". She's talked about income inequality, the MTA, mass incarceration, health care, and more.
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