The City of Flagstaff has announced a correction on the primary ballots that were sent out to voters this week. The city says there was an inconsistency between the voting instructions in the publicity pamphlet and the voting instructions on the ballot, with respect to how many candidates to vote for in the mayoral primary. The instructions on the ballot are correct, saying voters can only vote for one candidate. On the voting instructions, it said to vote for two candidates. The city instructs voters to vote for just one candidate. Pursuant to the city charter, the two mayoral candidates who receive the most votes in the primary election will advance to the general election in November. The city also announced Victor Varela has officially pulled out of the mayor’s race. Varela announced his decision to drop out Thursday on the KAFF News Facebook page. Any votes for Varela won’t be counted on election day, August 4th.