Thomas DiNapoli isn't sure if he'd vote for Cynthia Nixon for governor
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11 (Xinhua) — Cynthia Nixon, the actress who played Miranda Hobbes in the popular HBO TV series Sex and the City, is likely to run for governor of New York, saying she was encouraged to do so during a TV show on Tuesday. . The 'Sex and the City' star has flirted with running against Andrew Cuomo. And she has some boosters cheering her on. Ben Collins · Gideon Resnick. 08.10.17 1:00 AM ET. Photo Illustration by Lyne Lucien/The Daily Beast. On Aug. 4, The Wall Street … . Awkward silence followed when DiNapoli was asked on Albany's Talk 1300 radio if he'd be supporting the governor, a fellow Democrat, for a third term. “Oh, Lord, I you know, that's an interesting question,” DiNapoli said, after hesitating. After a bit … . 71st Tony Awards – Arrivals – New York City, U.S., 11/06/2017 – Actress Cynthia Nixon. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez. More. NEW YORK (Reuters) – Actress Cynthia Nixon, best known for playing cynical lawyer Miranda Hobbes on the HBO TV series
Controller Thomas DiNapoli won't say whether he'd vote for Cynthia Nixon over Gov. Cuomo
Actress Cynthia Nixon has made her dissatisfaction with Andrew Cuomo known with her strong statement that there is a widening gap between the rich and the poor in public education. She was on the NBC Today show responding to questions about whether
Cynthia Nixon silent on speculation over race for New York governor
Although the election is not until next year, there is already real talk about Gov. Andrew Cuomo possibly facing a Democratic primary challenge. Some of the names that have been mentioned include actress Cynthia Nixon, who has not ruled it out.
Actress Cynthia Nixon is being mentioned as a possible candidate to run against Gov. Cuomo. (Frazer Harrison/). BY Kenneth Lovett. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Thursday, August 10, 2017, 1:04 PM. ALBANY — State Controller Thomas DiNapoli
NEW YORK — “Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon appears to be considering a run for governor of New York. On the “Today” show on Tuesday, she said she was being encouraged to throw her hat in the ring, but declined to say whether she would do so.