Sex and the City star has actually criticised incumbent Andrew Cuomos handling of public education, stating space in between bad and abundant has actually never ever been higher
The Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon has stated a great deal of individuals would like her to run for guv of New York, however would not state if she prepared to challenge incumbent Andrew Cuomo in next years Democratic primary.
Appearing on NBCs Today reveal on Tuesday, the star, who is a singing critic of Cuomo, would not respond to when asked whether she prepared to install a project, however stated she had actually heard rumours about her prospective quote to unseat him.
I believe there are a great deal of individuals who would like me to run, and I believe for a range of factors, she stated. I believe the number one is education. Weve got a genuine issue on our hands in New York state.
She went on to slam Cuomos handling of public education, stating the space in between bad and abundant schools had actually never ever been higher.
Cuomo has actually been discussed as a possible White House prospect in 2020, though he states he is preparing to look for a 3rd term as guv in 2018.
Rich Azzopardi, the guvs spokesperson, kept in mind that state financing for schools was at an all-time high under Cuomo and 70% of it went to high-needs schools. He extended an open invite to Nixon to consult with Cuomo.
The more individuals speaking about problems that make New York state more powerful, the much better, he stated. We understand Ms Nixon is an enthusiastic supporter for education and we would more than happy to take a seat with her whenever to speak about it.
Nixon has actually been active in New York City politics, especially in education advocacy, and has actually supported its Democratic mayor, Bill de Blasio.
Her name became a prospective prospect for guv recently after liberal activists stated she would be a great option.
She kept in mind on Today that she has 3 kids who have actually gone to New York public schools.
Associated Press added to this report