Cynthia Nixon calls public housing conditions 'devastating'

Kelvin Reese
March 30, 2018

Sarah Jessica Parker has endorsed her "Sex and the City" costar Cynthia Nixon in her bid for NY governor.

Sex and the City's Charlotte and Samantha have also supported Nixon since her announcement last week, with Kristin Davis tweeting, "I am so proud of @CynthiaNixon, no one cares more than she does about EVERY person getting a fair change and a good education".

Well, it seems the two discussed all they needed to because Parker has since issued a glowing public endorsement of her "sister on and off screen".

Nixon is challenging incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic nomination.

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Will Sarah Jessica Parker be voting for Cynthia Nixon come November?? By saying she'd talk to Nixon about the campaign instead of coming right out and enthusiastically saying she'd be voting for her, Parker sparked rumors that she was unsure about Nixon's bid for Governor. In fact, the ongoing feud about a potential third movie, Nixon's run for governor is going rather smoothly with her former castmates.

As much as Nixon deserves to be left out of that mess, though, she ended up landing in some Sarah Jessica Parker drama of her own.

This comes after Parker released a short, statement through her spokeswoman, Ina Treciokas, that said, she would first discuss politics with Nixon.

"I'm grateful for all of the support I've received from my Sex and the City community", Nixon, 51, told People magazine. "I also think we need women". "I'm a proud public school graduate and a prouder public school parent". He's served as New York's governor since 2011. "I've never lived anywhere else", Nixon said in the video. Her campaign says Monday's event near the state Capitol will focus on Cuomo's state budget proposal and chronic government corruption.

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