Yamil is Ready

In the U.S. Coast Guard, Yamil Hernández was always ready for any task and emergency. He is running for Gaithersburg City Council because he wants to bring his skills to help the city always be ready to respond to the community's needs.

Sustainability

As the city grows, sustainability, conservation and watershed protection will become important issues to tackle.

Good Governance

Yamil wants to make the city more responsive to people's needs by actively seeking input from residents in every corner of the city.

Modernize Services

By modernizing services and processes at City Hall, the city can enhance transparency, foster innovation and scale up success.

Meet Yamil

Yamil Hernandez is an entrepreneur, co-founder of a thriving life sciences company, the son of immigrants, former Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, and an active citizen in our community. As Chair of his local HOA (Kentlands), and as a member of the County's Citizen's Advisory Board, Yamil has worked with others to champion successful projects to improve the community's quality of life. 

He’s running for Gaithersburg City Council to promote good government & transparency. He wants to help the city improve on responsiveness to people’s needs and believes he can use his skills to help the city improve services and processes. 

Learn more about Yamil and why he's running!

Join Yamil's Campaign

Information on Voting

Your vote matters in local elections! Find information here about where, when and how to vote in the upcoming Gaithersburg city elections.

On Tuesday, November 2, 2021, Gaithersburg residents will cast their ballots for Mayor and two City Council Members. City residents who are registered to vote in Montgomery County are automatically registered to vote in City of Gaithersburg elections. 

Election Day is officially on November 2, 2021. This year, there will only be one polling site used for both Election Day and Early Voting. Voters may go to the Activity Center at Bohrer Park to cast their ballot. 

There will also be Ballot Drop Boxes throughout the city for individuals who apply and receive a mail-in ballot. Click here for a map of the Ballot Drop Box locations. 

Mail-In Ballot Applications will be mailed to all registered voters within the Gaithersburg City Limits during the week of September 3. Applications will also be available online at at the City Hall during normal business hours. You may also request an Application by calling 301-285-6310 or via email at cityelections@gaithersburgmd.gov.

Any registered voter may request a Mail-In Ballot through the Application for any reason. 

 

To return your completed Mail-in Ballot, you can mail it via USPS or drop it off at one of the six Ballot Drop Boxes conveniently located throughout the City.

To return your completed Mail-In Ballot, you can mail it via USPS or drop it off at one of the six Ballot Drop Boxes conveniently located throughout the city. Click here for a map of the Drop Boxes.

Ballot Drop Box Locations:

  • City Hall
  • Activity Center at Bohrer Park
  • Robertson Park Youth Center
  • Kentlands Mansion/Arts Barn
  • Montgomery County Board of Elections
  • Asbury Methodist Village (for Asbury residents only)

Mail-In Ballot Applications will be mailed to all registered voters within the Gaithersburg City Limits during the week of September 3. You can also click one of the links below to download the application request form.

To return your completed Mail-in Ballot, you can mail it via USPS or drop it off at one of the six Ballot Drop Boxes conveniently located throughout the City.

To return your completed Mail-In Ballot, you can mail it via USPS or drop it off at one of the six Ballot Drop Boxes conveniently located throughout the city. Click here for a map of the Drop Boxes.

Ballot Drop Box Locations:

  • City Hall
  • Activity Center at Bohrer Park
  • Robertson Park Youth Center
  • Kentlands Mansion/Arts Barn
  • Montgomery County Board of Elections
  • Asbury Methodist Village (for Asbury residents only)

Voters can beat the lines and vote during Early Voting. Currently, there are two scheduled "Early Voting sessions, on Saturday, October 23, and Sunday, October 24, at Bohrer Park. 

Individuals who are not registered to vote but are eligible to register may register to vote on the same day as Early Voting and on Election Day, at the voting location or at the Montgomery County ailBoard of Elections.

On or about September 15, 2021, the City will publish an official Voter's Guide to be mailed to all households within the City limits. The guide will contain information on early voting.

Residents living in the City of Gaithersburg city limits who are registered to vote through Montgomery County, MD, are automatically registered to vote in the Gaithersburg City elections. 

Residents who are eligible to register to vote can take advantage of same-day voter registration and vote during Early Voting and/or Election Day at the voting location at Bohrer Park. 

Please contact the Montgomery County Board of Elections at 240-777-VOTE or click here to look up if you are registered and to register to vote. 

View our official campaign video statement in English and Spanish:

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Yamil is Ready.

Meet Yamil

Yamil Hernandez is an entrepreneur, co-founder of a thriving life sciences company, the son of immigrants, former Intelligence Officer in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, and an active citizen in our community. As President of his local HOA, and as a member of the Citizen's Advisory Board, Yamil has worked with others to champion successful projects to improve the community's quality of life. 

He’s running for Gaithersburg City Council to promote good government & transparency. He wants to help the city improve on responsiveness to people’s needs and believes he can use his skills to help the city modernize services and processes. 

Learn more about Yamil and why he's running!

Join Yamil's Campaign

Information on Voting

Your vote matters in local elections! Find information here about where, when and how to vote in the upcoming Gaithersburg city elections.

On Tuesday, November 2, 2021, Gaithersburg residents will cast their ballots for Mayor and two City Council Members. City residents who are registered to vote in Montgomery County are automatically registered to vote in City of Gaithersburg elections. 

Election Day is officially on November 2, 2021. This year, there will only be one polling site used for both Election Day and Early Voting. Voters may go to the Activity Center at Bohrer Park to cast their ballot. 

There will also be Ballot Drop Boxes throughout the city for individuals who apply and receive a mail-in ballot. Click here for a map of the Ballot Drop Box locations. 

Mail-In Ballot Applications will be mailed to all registered voters within the Gaithersburg City Limits during the week of August 23. Applications will also be available online at at the City Hall during normal business hours. You may also request an Application by calling 301-285-6310 or via email at cityelections@gaithersburgmd.gov.

Any registered voter may request a Mail-In Ballot through the Application for any reason. 

To return your completed Mail-In Ballot, you can mail it via USPS or drop it off at one of the six Ballot Drop Boxes conveniently located throughout the city. Click here for a map of the Drop Boxes.

Ballot Drop Box Locations:

  • City Hall
  • Activity Center at Bohrer Park
  • Robertson Park Youth Center
  • Kentlands Mansion/Arts Barn
  • Montgomery County Board of Elections
  • Asbury Methodist Village (for Asbury residents only)

Voters can beat the lines and vote during Early Voting. Currently, there are two scheduled "Early Voting sessions, on Saturday, October 23, and Sunday, October 24, at Bohrer Park. 

Individuals who are not registered to vote but are eligible to register may register to vote on the same day as Early Voting and on Election Day, at the voting location or at the Montgomery County Board of Elections.

On or about September 15, 2021, the City will publish an official Voter's Guide to be mailed to all households within the City limits. The guide will contain information on early voting.

Residents living in the City of Gaithersburg city limits who are registered to vote through Montgomery County, MD, are automatically registered to vote in the Gaithersburg City elections. 

Residents who are eligible to register to vote can take advantage of same-day voter registration and vote during Early Voting and/or Election Day at the voting location at Bohrer Park. 

Please contact the Montgomery County Board of Elections at 240-777-VOTE or click here to look up if you are registered and to register to vote. 

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