Reapportionment ensures each political district has been created equally. This takes place once every ten (10) years.
State of Hawaii 2011 Legislative Reapportionment Plan
|State of Hawaii||2011 Legislative Reapportionment Plan||2011 Legislative Reapportionment Plan|
|State of Hawaii||2011 Legislative Reapportionment Plan||2011 Congressional Reapportionment Plan|
|State of Hawaii||2011 Final Report and Reapportionment Plans*||Part 1 Executive Summary and Report|
|State of Hawaii||2011 Final Report and Reapportionment Plans*||Part 2 Appendices A-G|
|State of Hawaii||2012 Supplement - Legislative Reapportionment Plan and Senate Staggered Terms (3-30-2012)||Part 1 Executive Summary and Report|
|State of Hawaii||2012 Supplement - Legislative Reapportionment Plan and Senate Staggered Terms (3-30-2012)||Part 2 Appendices A-H|
*On January 4, 2012, the Hawaii Supreme Court invalidated the 2011 Legislative Reapportionment Plan. The Congressional Reapportionment Plan was not invalidated. On March 8, 2012, the Commission adopted a new Legislative Reapportionment Plan, see Supplement published March 30, 2012.
2011 Legislative Plan Summaries
|County of Hawaii||Legislative Plan Summary||Senate||House|
|County of Maui||Legislative Plan Summary||Senate||House|
|County of Kauai||Legislative Plan Summary||Senate||House|
|City & County of Honolulu||Legislative Plan Summary||Senate||House|
2012 Reapportionment Maps (Large Scale Maps of the Plan)
Maps depicting congressional, senatorial, and representative districts boundaries based on the most recent reapportionment.
Click on the Map Name to open the map.
Laws Governing Redistricting
Previous Reapportionment Information
Information is available in alternate formats. If you require special assistance (large print, taped material, etc.), call the Office of Elections at 808-453-VOTE (8683). Neighbor Islands may call toll free 1-800-345-5915 or e-mail us at [email protected]