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‘Sex and the City’ star Cynthia Nixon to run for NY governor
    2018-03-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

《欲望都市》 演员辛西娅·尼克松将竞选纽约州州长

“Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon has announced she is launching a bid for New York governor.

Nixon, who played Miranda Hobbs on the HBO series, plans to challenge incumbent* Governor Andrew Cuomo for the Democratic Party nomination.

The actress announced her plans to challenge the incumbent governor on Twitter on Monday.

The 51-year-old liberal activist* who had long been tipped to run has never held elected office.

Nixon played a career-oriented lawyer from 1998-2004 on television show “Sex and the City.” She won an Emmy for her work in 2004.

It was presented to her by another television celebrity — Donald Trump, whose presidency she has recently railed against.

In Monday’s campaign launch video, the actress said, “I love New York. I’ve never wanted to live anywhere else, but something has to change.”

The actress listed several campaign priorities in the clip.

“We want our government to work again, on healthcare, ending mass incarceration*, fixing our broken subway,” she said.

“We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us. It can’t just be business as usual anymore.”

Nixon has long championed access to quality education in New York.

“I’m a proud public school graduate,” she said, “and a prouder public school parent. I was given chances I just don’t see most of New York’s kids having today.”

(SD-Agencies)Cynthia Nixon

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