Kim Cattrall 'supports' SATC co-star Cynthia Nixon

Kim Cattrall Addresses Former SATC Co Star Cynthia Nixon's Run for Governor

Kim Cattrall Addresses Former SATC Co Star Cynthia Nixon's Run for Governor

In response, former New York City Council member Christine Quinn (who is gay) called Nixon an "unqualified lesbian".

Her decision to make this big of a leap has been controversial to say the least, with several people sending her support whereas others are skeptical of her political journey given her background is primarily in acting.

In the same website, Nixon has expressed her very strong opinions about Andrew Cuomo, the incumbent governor of the state. She hasn't said anything else since then.

Cynthia Nixon speaks during her first campaign stop.

But fans couldn't help wondering how Cynthia's other co-stars felt about her running for political office.

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Cuomo said he's insisting in the state budget talks now underway that school districts statewide divulge how much of state aid they allocate to individual schools, including schools serving predominantly racial minority neighborhoods. But more important than whether Nixon can win is whether she should - whether she has the liberal bona fides to bolster her acting acclaim, or the governing chops to lead a state of nearly 20 million people. Instead he relies on deep-pocketed supporters, many with various interests before the state.

Whilst Nixon appears to have maintained friendships with both Jessica Parker and Cattrall, many people questioned her timing after she shared a photo of her and Jessica Parker shortly after this argument. New York City's refused to fund their half.

Cattrall, 61, is encouraging Cynthia Nixon's run for governor of NY. "I think women would really be offended by that". "He let the Republicans gerrymander their own districts to suppress Democratic voters, especially voters of color". During her campaign announcement, she claimed that "New York has become the single most unequal state in the country". "I know she would be an excellent Governor!" she wrote on Twitter, noting that she was a "day 1 founding donor". I don't have my certificate from the Department of Lesbian Affairs.

Her apology did little to quell the internet frenzy surrounding her original remarks, however, and her words even inspired comedian Marie Connor to sell T-shirts stamped with "Unqualified Lesbian" ($20; teespring.com) in support of Nixon.

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