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No Reports Of Problems For Voters In Belmont

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And There were no reports of any problems for voters in Belmont, and all three candidates were confident of doing well at the polls.

PNM's Nicole Young who is trying to retain the seat for the PNM told the media outside of the St Francis Girls Primary school, how she felt about the polls.

Lianna Babb-Gonzales, who also addressed the media the St Francis Girls Primary school said they exchanged greetings at the polling station, and she's willing to work with her despite the outcome of the elections.

PEP candidate Felicia Holder voted at the St Francis Boys College, formerly known as Belmot Intermediate. She is also confident of doing well and is also willing to work for the community despite the outcome of the elections.

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