Unlike most former Baltimore mayors, a portrait of Sheila Dixon does not hang in City Hall.
That's because Dixon — who would need to commission such a work — isn't ready to think of herself as belonging to the past. She believes she's very much a part of Baltimore's future. As she travels the city, her supporters loudly agree.
"We know you got robbed!" a man shouts to Dixon, the first female mayor of Baltimore, at an election rally at Mondawmin Mall. "We know you won!" another yells.
Since April's error-filled Democratic primary in Baltimore, many Dixon supporters have questioned whether she or rival state Sen. Catherine E. Pugh won that...