Aloha from the Office of Elections!

Our Mission:

To provide secure, accessible, and convenient election services to all citizens statewide.

 

2022 Elections

Primary: Saturday, August 13, 2022
General: Tuesday, November 8, 2022

 

 

2022 Election Calendar

Feb
24
Thu
4:30 pm Deadline to form a new political...
Deadline to form a new political...
Feb 24 @ 4:30 pm
File petition to form political party, party rules, and officers with the Office of Elections (HRS §11-62)
Mar
1
Tue
7:45 am Candidate filing begins
Candidate filing begins
Mar 1 @ 7:45 am
Pick up nomination paper from the Office of Elections or Clerk’s Office (HRS §12-2.5)
Mar
16
Wed
4:30 pm Deadline to file party rules
Deadline to file party rules
Mar 16 @ 4:30 pm
File party rules with the Office of Elections (HRS §11-63)

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Did you vote by mail or in-person? #HIVOTED#HawaiiVotes by mail and each election you will receive your ballot about 18 days before Election Day. #Registertovote or update your voter registration to make sure you receive a ballot. It’s never too soon to prepare for the next election!2022 Primary Election Day: August 132022 General Election Day: November 8Learn more about voting in Hawaii at elections.hawaii.gov #linkinbio ... See MoreSee Less
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A new political party can form starting March 4. Groups collect signatures from voters as a show of support among the community. The petition must be filed with the Office by February 24, 2022, with 832 valid signatures of registered #hawaii voters. Qualified political parties can field candidates to appear on the 2022 Election ballot. Did you know Hawaii voters do not indicate their political affiliation when they #RegisterToVote? Instead, voters can choose to become a member by registering with the political party directly.To form a political party, contact the Office of Elections and learn more at elections.hawaii.gov/political-parties/qualification/ ... See MoreSee Less
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