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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.

Primary Election Ballot Delivered: July 21, 2020
Primary Election: August 8, 2020
General Election Ballot Delivered: October 16, 2020
General Election: November 3, 2020

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

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

Calendar

Aug
20
Thu
4:30 pm Deadline to submit ballot questions
Deadline to submit ballot questions
Aug 20 @ 4:30 pm
Submit Constitutional Amendment questions, County Charter Amendment questions, and County Initiative questions to the Office of Elections (HRS §11-119)
Aug
24
Mon
all-day Deadline to file election object...
Deadline to file election object...
Aug 24 all-day
File complaint on contests for cause in the Primary Election with the Hawaii State Supreme Court (HRS §11-173.5)

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So far over 360,000 #hawaii voters have cast their ballot in our Primary Election. You still have time to #hivote! Drop off your ballot at a place of deposit or vote at a voter service center by 7pm.

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If you haven’t sent your Primary Election ballot in yet, drop it off to a place of deposit or vote at a voter service center by 7pm on Election Day, August 8. Find a location at elections.hawaii.gov.

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Polling places are CLOSED. Remind your family and friends to vote and return the ballot they received in the mail! The best way to return your ballot is by dropping it off at a place of deposit to ensure it is received by 7pm on Saturday, 8/8. Find a place of deposit near you at elections.hawaii.gov.

Didn’t #registertovote? Visit a Voter Service Center in your County -
Hawaii: Aupuni Center in Hilo & West Hawaii Civic Center in Kona
Maui: Velma McWayne Santos Community Center in Wailuku
Molokai: Mitchell Pauole Center in Kaunakakai
Lanai: Lanai Police Station
Kauai: Piikoi Building in Lihue
Honolulu: Honolulu Hale & Kapolei Hale

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