Pursuant to Executive Order 21-07, visitors must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination which includes State of Hawaii SMART Health Card, Common Pass applications, CLEAR Health Pass, Azova, IBM Digital Health Pass, and other similar products available to the public. Exemptions to the order include document of a negative COVID-19 test no more than 72 hours old, children under 12 years old, and individuals making deliveries who leave within (10) ten minutes of entry.

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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
Voters receive their ballots in the mail for the Primary Election by July 26, 2022

General: Tuesday, November 8, 2022
Voters receive their ballots in the mail for the General Election by October 21, 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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Raise your voice & get creative! We are sponsoring the Olelo Youth Xchange 2022 calling on Hawaii’s student filmmakers to submit a 60-second video on registering to vote or voting by mail. #HawaiiVotes Learn more about the competition at olelo.org/yxc2022/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Mark your calendar! Hawaii's 2022 Primary Election is a little less than a year away and it's never too soon to get #VoteReady! ⁠#RegisterToVote and keep your #voterregistration up to date at elections.hawaii.gov⁠Receive your Primary #Election2022 ballot in the mail by July 26, 2022⁠Voting closes on Election Day August 13, 2022⁠ at 7pm#HawaiiVotes ... See MoreSee Less
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Hawaii voters can #RegisterToVote by submitting a paper Voter Registration application, online, or as they use other government services like getting a driver license or State ID. The application is available for those who do not have a Hawaii Driver License or State ID and can be submitted in person or mailed to your County Elections Division. Use the online voter registration system by logging in with your HDL/SID at elections.hawaii.gov  or
At the DMV, voter registration is also a part of the Hawaii Driver License and State ID applications.  Learn more about registering to vote in Hawaii at elections.hawaii.gov #linkinbio #HawaiiVotes ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations #futureHIvoters! #classof2021 From recent graduate to new voter – Hawaii’s young adults can pre-#registertovote and automatically receive a ballot for every election after turning 18.  Get #VoteReady at elections.hawaii.gov #linkinbio #HawaiiVotes #Elections2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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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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