I don't care all that much who wins the Dem governor primary today. It's possible that one of them would actually make a superior general election candidate and a superior governor, but if that's the case it's unknown (and likely unknowable) to me.
But the campaign of one-time frontrunner Schwartz was a bit annoying from the beginning. It's one thing to run an inevitability campaign, as in get on the train because I'm going to win, it's another to believe it. She just didn't have the broader name recognition she seems to believe she had. Sure political junkies know her, but I doubt too many other people outside her district did.