Liberal CNN Contributor: Cuomo's Democratic Challenger Is an 'Unqualified Lesbian'

Liberal CNN Contributor: Cuomo's Democratic Challenger Is an 'Unqualified Lesbian'

Liberal CNN Contributor: Cuomo's Democratic Challenger Is an 'Unqualified Lesbian'

Krupsak, on the other hand, was the sitting lieutenant governor when she ran.

Nixon didn't give too much detail about how she would fix the city's transport system, but did say it needed a "direct revenue stream" - we *presume* that means a special pot of money just for the subway.

Speaking to the New York Post, she said she was "surprised" by Nixon's announcement that she was embarking on a primary challenge to Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo. So in fact, Nixon's treasurer is a far better-qualified candidate than she herself is.

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"I'm proud of what we have achieved, and I am looking forward to working with Ms. Nixon and everyone else who shares my commitment to making government work better for all the people of NY state", Gipson wrote.

"But she's never run an organization", she continues.

Nixon's campaign said in its press release that the candidate will spend the coming weeks traveling across the state to hear from voters. The questions came from an associate of Governor Cuomo's, who was interviewed by the New York Post. I was planning, instead, to hear her out, given that I am largely unsatisfied with Andrew, who has proven annoyed me by feuding with New York City mayor Bill de Blasio when he should be doing right by the people who pay most of the taxes around here. which is us New Yorkers. "Her being a lesbian and my being a lesbian" is not the issue, she said.

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More recently, she has been delving into issues of keen interest to New York City, the main blue stronghold in a state where suburban and rural towns upstate tend to run red. If successful in both the primary and general elections, Nixon would become New York's first female and first openly gay governor. Just 40% of New York Democrats have any opinion of Nixon at this point. Any experience. So hear me out: What if TV stars who've never held down a public service job running for office actually isn't a good idea?

On March 19, the same day Nixon, 51, announced her candidacy, actress Kristin Davis shared her support of Nixon's political run with her 247,000 Twitter followers. "Being an actress and celebrity doesn't make you qualified for public office". "I want to be clear about that. This is a time to move away from celebrity and toward progressive leadership".

Quinn did clarify on Twitter that she wasn't attacking Nixon for being a lesbian: "I would never, ever criticize someone due to their identity", she noted.

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"I love NY. Participating in rallies is important", Quinn said. I worked alongside her in the marriage fight, and I believe she was incredibly eloquent and incredibly effective.

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