From the Morning Memo:

Tiffany Cabán’s bid for Queens district attorney in recent weeks has received nods from forces in progressive politics in the multi-candidate race for the Democratic nomination in June to replace the retired Richard Brown.

On Monday, Cabán was endorsed by actress, advocate and former gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon, who hailed her work as a public defender, which “offers a unique and powerful vision for how we create a justice system that prioritizes stability and public safety.”

On Tuesday, it was the Working Families Party to endorse Cabán’s nomination.

“The Working Families Party has been fighting hard to pass bail reform, legalize marijuana, and win speedy trials — and with Tiffany Cabán, we can continue this fight to build a justice system that works for all of us,” said WFP State Director Bill Lipton.

Cabán is in an increasingly crowded field for the nomination, facing Borough President Melinda Katz, Councilman Rory Lancman and Judge Greg Lasak.