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2020 Election Dates

Beginning with the 2020 Elections, Hawaii votes by mail and all voters will automatically receive their ballot in the mail 18 days prior to each election.

Ballots Mailed:
County of Hawaii: October 7, 2020
County of Maui: October 8, 2020
County of Kauai: October 9, 2020
City and County of Honolulu: October 5 & 6, 2020

 

Ballots Received By: October 16, 2020
Contact your County Elections Division if you have not received your ballot by this date.

 

Ballots Returned: October 27, 2020
Last day to return your voted ballot by mail. After this date, voters must return their ballot to a place of deposit (ballot drop box).

 

General Election: November 3, 2020
All voted ballots must be received by your Clerk’s Office no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election day.


COVID-19 Update

The Office of Elections will remain open to the public during regular business hours. There are no changes to the 2020 Election schedule at this time.

News and Announcements

State Senate District 16 Proclamation

Kauai County Clerk Proclamation

Amended 2020 Proclamation

Map of Voter Service Centers & Places of Deposits

2020 Proclamation

Political Party Positions Determined

Candidate Filing Last updated: March 23, 2020, 2:57 p.m.

Implementing Elections by Mail

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Oct 5 all-day
Final day to register to vote for the General Election online or by mail with the Clerk’s Office (HRS §11-24). Voters are eligible for same day voter registration for the General Election at voter service[...]
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Submit names of voter service center watchers for the General Election to the Clerk’s Office (HRS §11-77)

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It’s #NationalVoterRegistrationDay! Celebrate with us on #facebooklive at 4pm today, 9/22, to Ask an Election Official about Voter Registration!

And remember to #registertovote or check your voter registration at elections.hawaii.gov #hawaiivotes
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Celebrate #NationalVoterRegistrationDay and get #VoteReady for #Election2020! Find your 2020 Hawaii General Election Guide in today’s newspapers or on our website.

#Registertovote or download a Voter Registration Application at elections.hawaii.gov.

Have you moved? Or changed your name? Remember to update your voter registration so that you continue to receive your ballot in the mail.

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Starting this week, #Hawaii residents will be receiving a postcard from USPS. We want to remind everyone that Hawaii conducts #votebymail elections and nthe postcard is not specific to Hawaii voters.

◻️ Hawaii voters will automatically receive their ballot in the mail by October 16 for the 2020 General Election. Voters who do not receive a ballot in the mail should check their voter registration and ballot status online at elections.hawaii.gov and contact their County Elections Division for a replacement.

◻️The mail ballot packet includes a pre-addressed, pre-paid return envelope for voters to sign and cast their voted ballot. No additional postage is necessary by returning the voted ballot through USPS. Voters returning their ballot by mail should send it by October 27. After October 27, voters should drop off their ballot to a place of deposit or voter service center for collection by their County Elections Division.

◻️Voted ballots must be received by the County Elections Division by 7:00 p.m. on November 3, General Election Day, to be counted.

For additional information about Hawaii’s elections and to check your voter registration status, visit elections.hawaii.gov or call 453-VOTE (8683).
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What exactly is an HTML ballot? It’s an alternative format ballot that allows voters to use an accessible device to vote and requires no internet while voting.
 
The HTML ballot is being sent to uniformed and overseas voters today, and will be available to voters with special needs starting October 16. If you spoil your ballot after October 29, you can get an HTML ballot to make sure you can vote and return it by Election Day!
 
To request an HTML ballot, contact your County Elections Division.
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