Published: Fri, March 30, 2018
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

Sarah Jessica Parker has thoughts on Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial bid

Sarah Jessica Parker has thoughts on Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial bid

Nixon, who starred on the television "Sex and the City", was put down by former New York City Council member Christine Quinn, according to Cosmopolitan.

Nixon's other former co-stars from the hit HBO show had previously shown their support to the 51-year-old candidate.

She briefly stated, "Cynthia has been my friend and colleague since we were little girls. I look forward to talking to her about her NY state gubernatorial bid", Parker said through her spokesperson.

It's a far cry from the vague statement Parker gave Page Six when Nixon first announced her run.

Nixon's fellow co-stars Kristin Davis and Kim Cattrall had previously endorsed her.

Still, we doubt Nixon is bothered by Parker's lack of endorsement, as she already stated that she's received "love, support and excitement" from her SATC peers regarding her political debut.

The socially shared words of encouragement follow speculation that Parker wouldn't be pairing her signature stilettos with a "Nixon for Guv" T-shirt anytime soon. "I'm so proud of her and I know she will work tirelessly to create change for all who need representation". Her recent falling out with Cattrall seemed to hinder any chances of a third Sex and the City movie. Andrew Cuomo. The actress has indicated that her decision to run was spurred by Donald Trump's election as president.

"Yesterday, when I announced my candidacy, one of Governor Cuomo's top surrogates dismissed me as an 'unqualified lesbian, '" Nixon said in response at a campaign launch event.

"She never went for the fame", Field said. She's talked about income inequality, the MTA, mass incarceration, health care, and more.

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