ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A lawyer for a Maryland candidate for governor says her client isn’t planning to appeal to the state’s highest court to change the ballot to reflect she is running for governor.

Mariana Cordier, an attorney for Valerie Ervin, said Thursday her client may consider a new legal challenge after the June 26 primary.

READ MORE: The Homecoming Football Game Returned To Franklin High School On Friday, But The Dance Did Not

The Democrat decided last month to run for governor after her running mate, Kevin Kamenetz, died suddenly.

State elections officials said the ballot couldn’t be changed, because there wasn’t time to reprint ballots or put stickers on them with time for proper testing. Instead, they are putting notices in voting booths about Kamenetz’s death. A judge sided with elections officials Monday.

READ MORE: Ocean City Braces For Car Enthusiasts, Heavy Traffic At H20i Rally

A vote for Kamenetz and Ervin will count for Ervin and Marisol Johnson, her running mate.

Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV | CBS Baltimore on Facebook

MORE NEWS: Who's Eligible? Maryland Authorizes Pfizer Booster Shots For Vulnerable Adults In Coronavirus Fight

(© Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)