Sex and the City actor has criticised incumbent Andrew Cuomos handling of public education, speaking gap between rich and poor has never been greater

The Sex and the City actor Cynthia Nixonhas said a lot of beings wishing to her to run for head of New York, but would not say if she planned to provoke incumbent Andrew Cuomo in next years Democratic primary.

Appearing on NBCs Today picture on Tuesday, the actor, who is a vocal commentator of Cuomo, has not been able to answer when asked whether she planned to prepare awareness-raising campaigns, but said she had sounded rumor about her possible entreat to overthrow him.

I think there are a lot of people who would like me to operate, and I reflect for a variety of reasons, she replied. But I envision the number one is education. Weve got a real problem on our hands in New York state.

She went on to criticize Cuomos handling of public education, suggesting the gap between rich and poverty-stricken class had never been greater.

Cuomo has been mentioned as a probable White House candidate in 2020, though he says he is planning to seek a third expression as superintendent in 2018.

Rich Azzopardi, the governors spokesman , noted that mood funded for class was at an all-time high-pitched under Cuomo and 70% of it went to high-needs schools. He spread an open invitation to Nixon to meet with Cuomo.

The more people talking about issues that impel New York country stronger, the very best, he announced. We know Ms Nixon is a passionate advocate for education and we would be happy to sit down with her any time to talk about it.

Nixon has been active in New York City politics, particularly in education advocacy, and has supported its Democratic mayor, Bill de Blasio.

Her name rose as a potential candidate for bos last week after liberal partisans said she would be a good select.

She noted on Today that she has three children who have attended New York public class.

Associated Press contributed to this report

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