No women are at the top of the ticket in the crowded Democratic primary race for governor, but seven have been picked as running mates.
In a deeply blue state where leaders pride themselves on promoting diversity, the Democratic ballot for governor of Maryland is entirely male.
No women are running at the top of the ticket in a state with no women in Congress and none elected to statewide office.
And yet in the upcoming primary, Democrats have an unprecedented seven women — all women of color — jockeying behind men for lieutenant governor, the No. 2 position.
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