Parker, who played Carrie Bradshaw alongside Nixon as Miranda Hobbs, has yet to make a public endorsement of her friend and colleague.
Nixon will oppose current New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in the upcoming Democratic Primary.
But in a statement Wednesday to the New York Post's Page Six, Parker didn't appear on board ― at least yet.
Human Remains Found in California May Be Linked to Missing Actress
Spotz, however, fatally shot himself last Thursday off the 91 Freeway in Riverside County after a lengthy police chase. That same day, Hayes said, Spotz and another woman - his fiancee - drove to his family's home in Colorado .
That leaves just Cattrall (who reportedly was the holdout on a third installment of the "SATC" movie franchise).
"I look forward to talking to her about her NY state gubernatorial bid", Parker told the publication in a statement issued through her spokeswoman Ina Treciokas.
"We want our government to work again", Nixon said in a video announcing her candidacy.
Baidu completes 5G autonomous driving test in China's showcase tech city
Like all Uber test cars, this one carried a human safety operator meant to stop the vehicle from doing anything reckless. This past Monday in San Francisco , an Uber driver had an exhilarating peradventure that made headlines.
While Page Six implied this meant SJP was possibly "undecided" about Nixon's run for governor, that concern turned out to be short-lived: This morning, Sarah Jessica Parker gave Nixon her full support via an Instagram post.
"They could maybe do it without Cattrall, but they can't do without Nixon, too", claimed a source. "And I know it's imperative that we encourage more members of our community to run for office". Tagging Nixon, Parker wrote, "A mother".
She's a controversial candidate, being a celebrity and proud member of the LGBTQ. While the actor is definitely most recognizable for her role as Miranda on the iconic HBO series, she has also been a vocal advocate for LGBTQ rights, education, and women's health over the years.
India, China hold talks on trans-border rivers
In an interview to Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post , Bambawale said any attempt to change the status quo in Doklam would lead to another stand-off.
- Announcing Logitech Crayon for iPad, Designed for Student Creativity in the Classroom
- A Warm Wave for Spring Break — FIRST ALERT WEATHER
- Government plans to divest 76% in Air India, invites EoI
- Iran denies providing Houthi rebels with ballistic missiles
- Malala returns to Pak since Taliban attack, meets PM Abbasi
- Dow surges 669, clawing back lost ground
- Believe Cong was company's client: Cambridge Analytica whistleblower
- Google now owns GIF platform and search engine Tenor
- Huawei P20 Pro Smartphone Triples Up the Camera
- Oil holds above $70 on geopolitical tension