Municipal elections are scheduled for Tuesday in Belen, Bosque Farms and Los Lunas.

Belen and Los Lunas have races for mayor, two councilors and municipal judge, while Bosque Farms is selecting two councilors.

The names of two candidates who have withdrawn from races — Michael Merrell, Belen judge and Dennis DeSmet, Bosque Farms councilor — are still on the ballot.

Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

Here’s a quick reminder of who is running:

Belen

Mayor

(vote for one)

  • Richard “Eddie” Jaramillo
  • Ronnie M. Torres

Councilor

(vote for two)

  • Lorenzo Carrillo
  • Randy J. Garley
  • David Lopez
  • Arturo R. Sais
  • A. Terese Ulivarri

Judge

(vote for one)

  • Gilbert Garcia
  • Jim Greer
  • Joe Jaramillo
  • Kathy Marquez-Savilla
  • Sandra Roselli Martinez
  • Bryan Mascarena
  • Paul D. Trujeque

Polling locations

Here’s where Belen voters may cast their ballot: Precincts 21 and 22 at Central Elementary School, Precincts 23 at Jaramillo Elementary, Precincts 24 and 26 and portions of 35 and 31 at Belen Public Library, and Precincts 25 and 27 and portions of 31 at Belen Community Center.

Bosque Farms

Councilor

(vote for two)

  • David P. Carr
  • Ginger Eldridge
  • Bradley FitzGerald
  • David Linthicum
  • Michael Sophia
  • Dolly Wallace

Polling information

All Bosque Farms voters cast their ballots at the Villiage Council Chambers at the city hall.

Los Lunas

Mayor

(vote for one)

  • Louis F. Huning
  • Frank A. Otero
  • Victor “Bud” Williams

Councilor — District 2

(vote for one)

  • Robert L. Cantrell
  • Charles Griego
  • Pete Serafin

Councilor — District 4

(vote for one)

  • Ruben Garcia
  • Robert Vialpando

Judge

(vote for one)

  • Jeff Aragon
  • Lorrie Maurer
  • Patrick Ortiz

Poll locations

All Los Lunas residents may vote in the mayor and judge election; only residents living in District 2 and District 4 may vote for councilor. All voting will be done at the Villiage administration building.

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