Cynthia Nixon

Gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon at a rally with New York City Councilman Carlos Menchaca.
There’s no single definition for who – or what – can contribute to their campaigns.
Cynthia Nixon and Jumaane Williams universal rent control
Progressive primary candidates have struggled to define how they would institute it.
The Nation endorsed Cynthia Nixon, while The New York Times backed Andrew Cuomo
A guide to who's gotten behind whom.
Andrew Cuomo Cynthia Nixon governor debate
Cuomo pledged not to run for president, while Nixon went on the attack.
Rep. Grace Meng, New York City Public Advocate Letitia James and Rep. Nydia Velazquez
Attorney general frontrunner Letitia James becomes part of the establishment.
President Donald Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort
The state Senate won’t do anything to confront Trump. This is about the primaries.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo addresses the media after a tugboat rammed a fuel terminal pier near Bayonne, N.J., causing an oil spill into the Upper Bay of New York Harbor in 2016.
Cynthia Nixon tries to ride the environmentalist tide that propelled Zephyr Teachout in 2014.
New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon visits Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez during her primary victory party in the Bronx.
The Empire State is the epicenter of the struggle for the soul of the Democratic Party.
New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
The governor has moved to the left, but his right-leaning backers don’t seem to mind.