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

Proclamation

2022 PROCLAMATION

OHA HAWAII RESIDENT TRUSTEE PROCLAMATION

2022 Election Calendar

Aug
25
Thu
4:30 pm Deadline to submit ballot questions
Deadline to submit ballot questions
Aug 25 @ 4:30 pm
Submit Constitutional Amendment questions, County Charter Amendment questions, and County Initiative questions to the Office of Elections (HRS §11-119)
Aug
26
Fri
all-day Deadline to file election object...
Deadline to file election object...
Aug 26 all-day
File complaint on contests for cause in the Primary Election with the Hawaii State Supreme Court (HRS §11-173.5)
Sep
19
Mon
4:30 pm Deadline to withdraw candidacy f...
Deadline to withdraw candidacy f...
Sep 19 @ 4:30 pm
Submit request to withdraw from the General Election for reasons of ill health to the Office of Elections or Clerk’s Office (HRS §11-117)

Hawaii Votes Program

Hawaii Votes EP. 8 – July 2022

 

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