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13 September 2018, 08:52 | Max Haynes
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks as he marks his primary election ballot at the Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco in Mount Kisco N.Y. Thursday S
Nixon, the former star of "Sex and the City", is also fighting for better education. Supporters rallied to Nixon's defense by pointing to the shoddy basis of the mailer's accusations and the fact that Nixon - who is not herself Jewish - is raising two Jewish sons from a previous relationship.
"Nixon has supported insidious BDS campaign, signing onto letter boycotting Israel", the aide said.
The outcome of the Democratic primary that got underway Thursday will likely resonate around the nation, as it is a particularly high-profile example of the insurgent left-wing that is seeking to oust establishment incumbents who they say have failed to deliver on liberal promises.
While a Nixon victory appears very unlikely, last-minute controversies surrounding the opening of the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo Bridge and a mailer to Jewish voters suggesting Nixon is anti-Semitic could haunt Cuomo and show that he is not without his own vulnerabilities. The candidates include Fordham University law professor Zephyr Teachout, New York City Public Advocate Letitia James, U.S. Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and former Hillary Clinton adviser Leecia Eve.
A Siena College poll released Monday shows Cuomo with a 41 percentage point lead over Nixon heading into Thursday's primary.
Despite the attempts to to have the Post publish the accusation, which is central to the Democratic Party mailer that targeted 7,000 households, Cuomo has vehemently denied he knew about the mailer.
"New Yorkers & all NYCHA residents its time to get JUSTICE", Minaj tweeted.
Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon delivers her concession speech at the Working Families Party primary night party Thursday Sept. 13 2018 in N
He wrote Monday on Twitter that he didn't know "who this brilliant lady is", but added that she had his vote, as he posted a video in which Nixon said it was time for NY to legalize marijuana.
'But I love her and think if anyone is inclined voting Nixon is cool'.
"To be informed about Andrew Cuomo is to want a change", she said.
"Heads need to roll", said City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, who has endorsed Cuomo.
From left, Letitia James, Sean Patrick Maloney, Leecia Eve, and Zephyr Teachout at a debate on August 28 in Manhattan. Mr. Sheinkopf said. "It is too close to call".
The breakaway group of lawmakers, now disbanded, often allied with Republicans to cement GOP control of the state Senate in return for pay bumps, office perks and extra money for their districts.
The victor of the Democratic primary will face Republican Keith Wofford in the attorney general's race in the heavily blue state.
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