Parker broke her silence on Nixon’s aspirations in a statement provided to Page Six through her publicist.
She stated, “Cynthia has been my friend and colleague since we were little girls. I look forward to talking to her about her New York state gubernatorial bid.”
Parker elaborated on her feelings towards Nixon in a post to her Instagram account.
A dear friend
Running for Governor of our great state.
My sister on and off screen, you have my love, support and vote,” she wrote.
Parker joins Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis in supporting Nixon.
Cattrall provided a statement about Nixon’s run, saying, “I support & respect any former colleague’s right to make their own career choices.”
Davis took to Instagram to share Nixon’s ad announcing her candidacy and wrote, “I am thrilled to support her and I know that she cares deeply about the issues facing all of us. I’m so proud of her and I know she will work tirelessly to create change for all who need representation.”
Willie Garson (who played Stanford Blatch), Evan Handler (who played Harry Goldenblatt) and David Eigenberg (who played Steve Brady) also took to social media to share their support for Nixon.
“I cant think of anyone who’s more prepared, more caring, more educated on the issues and more READY than @cynthiaenixon,” Garson wrote. “Please join her on this journey, together we can turn things around with candidates such as her.”
Handler responded to a Twitter user who joked that he should join Nixon’s ticket as candidate for lieutenant governor. “Has a movement begun…?” he wrote.
Eigenberg, who played the on-again, off-again love interest of Nixon’s character in Sex and the City, tweeted, “Happy to see my friend running to help all the great folks of NY state! #NIXON4NY A wonderful and smart and most of all …deeply ethical person. Go forward Cynthia, Serving the people of New York #education!”
Nixon will face off against Andrew Cuomo in the New York Democratic primary elections in September.
“New York is where I was raised and where I’m raising my kids,” she said in an ad announcing her candidacy. “I’m a proud public school graduate and a prouder public school parent. I was given chances I just don’t see for most of New York’s kids today. Our leaders are letting us down.”
“Half the kids in our upstate cities live below the poverty line. How did we let this happen?” she continued. “I love New York. I’ve never wanted to live anywhere else, but something has to change. We want our government to work again on health care, ending mass incarceration, fixing our broken subway. We are sick of politicians who care more about headlines and power than they do about us.”
Watch Nixon’s ad in the video above.