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

Oct
19
Wed
4:30 pm Deadline to submit voter service...
Deadline to submit voter service...
Oct 19 @ 4:30 pm
Submit names of voter service center watchers for the General Election to the Clerk’s Office (HRS §11-77)
Oct
21
Fri
all-day Voters begin to receive General ...
Voters begin to receive General ...
Oct 21 all-day
Start receiving General Election mail ballot packet (HRS §11-102)
Oct
25
Tue
all-day Voter service centers open
Voter service centers open
Oct 25 all-day
Open voter service center and same day voter registration for the General Election (HRS §§11-15.2 & 11-109)

Hawaii Votes Program

Hawaii Votes EP. 8 – July 2022

 

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