News Releases

Pearl City, April 9, 2018 – The Office of Elections is looking for volunteers to help conduct the 2018 Primary Election on Saturday, August 11 and the General Election on Tuesday, November 6. More than 4,000 volunteers are needed to fill various positions which include assisting voters at the polling place, transporting election materials and ...
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Pearl City, April 4, 2018: The Office of Elections determined today, by random drawing, the order the political preferences will appear on the 2018 Primary Election ballot. Hawaii conducts a single party primary where voters must select their political preference and vote for candidates within their selection. The order of political preferences will be as ...
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PEARL CITY, April 2, 2018: The Office of Elections will open a downtown satellite office on April 3. Candidates seeking elected Federal and State offices may obtain and file a nomination paper at the Leiopapa A Kamehameha Building, Room 203, 235 South Beretania Street. From April 3 to May 17, the satellite office will be ...
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Pearl City, March 8, 2018 – For the 2018 Elections, five political parties have qualified to appear on the ballot. They are: Constitution Party Democratic Party Green Party Libertarian Party Republican Party These parties may field candidates for partisan contests like U.S. Senate or State Representative. Candidates not affiliated with a political party can still ...
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Pearl City, January 25, 2018 – Candidate filing for the 2018 Elections runs from February 1 through June 5, 2018. The candidate filing process allows qualified individuals to have their name appear on the ballot. Those interested in being a candidate may obtain and file a nomination paper at various locations statewide. The deadline to ...
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