Sarah Jessica Parker breaks silence on Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial run

Sarah Jessica Parker breaks silence on Cynthia Nixon's gubernatorial run

And last night, Nixon's longtime friend and former costar Sarah Jessica Parker made her first public statement on the news when she released a quote (via her publicist) to Page Six: "Cynthia has been my friend and colleague since we were little girls".

The actress will challenge Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary in September. She also has children enrolled in New York's public schools, whose improvement Nixon has made part of her platform.

The "Sex and the City" alum took to Instagram and shared her support for Nixon's bid to run for Governor of NY. "I know she would be an excellent Governor!"

According to People, Nixon said all three of her former costars in "SATC's" fictional quartet of women have "expressed love, support and excitement" about her political aspirations.

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She added, "We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us". Both Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis have already commented on Cynthia's run on Twitter.

The 53-year-old actor said she is looking forward to talking to Nixon about her bid. Asked about her feelings on Nixon's run, Cattrall cryptically tweeted, "I support & respect any former colleague's right to make their own career choices".

Cuomo is fighting for $550 million in state funding for the New York City Housing Authority.

SJP on Thursday posted a photo of Nixon to Instagram with a caption offering her full-throated support. She's talked about income inequality, the MTA, mass incarceration, health care, and more. "She's an incredible person, and she's been talking about the schools and the children and I wish we had more people like that who are interested in the government", she told The Cut.

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