I find that more often than not I find myself voting against a female running for public office, especially local elections, if she and her male opponent are both unknown quantities.
I figure that even if she hasn't stated it in her profile she is likely to have an agenda for more women's shelters (and "treatment" for them bad ol' men), more emphasis on women's health, poverty, education; if elected she'll simply provide more perks for women/girls only regardless of whether she openly says so or not.
But then again, Hillary Clinton is my junior senator. (And Chuck "shared parenting over my dead body" Schumer is the senior senator.)
Is this sexist? I think not. After all, well-educated women, from whom our public servants are drawn, have likely been exposed to women's studies brainwashing, the anti-male campus, and are probably supported by EMILY's List. And this same wariness goes for women at the head of non-profit organizations too.