Elections


Results of the Ward 5 Special Election can be found here and below. 

NAME

MACHINE VOTES

ABSENTEE VOTES

PROVISIONAL VOTES

TOTAL

Ruth Ann Frazier

62

9

0

71

Antoinette C. Grace Mbarga

1

0

0

1

Fred Rogers

23

2

2

27

Rommel Sandino

48

2

1

51

Roman A. Santillan

5

0

0

5

Patricia Anduha Stamper

2

1

0

3

Eric Roger Tagne

4

0

0

4





Elected Offices in the City of Hyattsville
Elected offices of the City of Hyattsville include the Mayor and 10 Council Members. The City is divided into five Wards with two Council Members representing each Ward. The Mayor and Council Members are elected to 4-year terms. 

During each biennial election, one Council Seat from each Ward is open for election. The Mayor's Seat will  be open for election in 2019.

New in 2015!
In January 2015, the Hyattsville City Council amended the City Charter to expand the right to vote in City Elections to 16 and 17 year old Hyattsville residents.

16 and 17 year olds wishing to vote in the Ward 5 Special Election must register to vote through the Maryland State Board of Elections. 

Voter Registration

The City encourages all eligible residents to register and vote. 

Check your voter registration status here. This link will take you to the State of Maryland Board of Elections voter look up tool. Please note that the polling location listed on the State's website is for State and County elections only - you will have a different polling location for City Elections. To find your polling locations for the May 5, 2015 Election click here. The Polling Locations are also listed at the bottom of this page. 

You may register to vote in the City of Hyattsville elections if you meet the following qualifications:

You are a U.S. Citizen
At least 16 years of age
Reside in the City of Hyattsville

How do I register to vote?

You must register to vote through the Maryland State Board of Elections which will also allow register you to vote in State and National Elections. The State automatically forwards your registration information to the appropriate County and City offices. Typically the deadline to register to vote in an election is 30 days prior to the election date.

Forms for registering with the Maryland State Board of Elections are available at the City Municipal Building, 4310 Gallatin Street.  Forms may be obtained online here. You may also call the Prince George's County Board of Elections at 301-430-8020 to obtain forms.

If I changed my address, do I need to register again?
No. Your registration is permanent, as long as you notify the Maryland and/or your current County Board of Elections of your current address. You must notify the State of any address changes by April 10, 2015.



The May 2015 Biennial Election Results can be found here

Upcoming Election Dates
Future City of Hyattsville elections will take place on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, May 2, 2017 
  • Tuesday, May 7, 2019 (Mayoral Election)

Questions on the election may be directed to Hyattsville City Clerk Laura Reams
by phone at 301/985-5009 or by email.