Sarah Jessica Parker Breaks Silence on Cynthia Nixon's NY Governor Bid

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"I know that she cares deeply about the issues facing all of us".

The Divorce star took to Instagram to announce the news, writing that Nixon has her "love, support and vote".

In a short statement toPage Six, Parker said that: "Cynthia has been my friend and colleague since we were little girls".

Upon Nixon's announcement that she will be running for governor, supporter of Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo and former speaker of the New York City Council Christine Quinn called Nixon an "Unqualified Lesbian".

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Taking to Instagram, Parker wrote that Nixon was a "mother", "activist", "advocate", "fighter", "NYER", and "a dear friend".

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Kim Cattrall also tweeted her support.

Willie Garson (who played Stanford Blatch), Evan Handler (Harry Goldenblatt), and David Eigenberg (Steve Brady) also tweeted sentiments for Nixon.

"I'm grateful for all of the support I've received from my Sex and the City community", Nixon, 51, told People magazine.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former Democratic state senator, accompanied Nixon on a tour of a building where a worker hurried to install on the front entrance a lock that had been omitted when a new door was put in several years ago. I was given chances I just don't see for New York's kids today.I love NY.

"New York is my home". I've never wanted to live anywhere else. "And a prouder public school parent". 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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