Election Day Registration

What is Election Day Registration?

Who is eligible to participate in Election Day Registration?

Where do I go to register?

What do I need to register?

What is the process to register?


Q: What is Election Day Registration?

A: Election Day Registration allows eligible voters to register and vote:

  • At an Early Walk In Voting location in their county; or
  • On Election Day at the polling place determined by their residence address.
Early Walk In VotingElection Day
Primary: July 30 - August 9Primary: Saturday, August 11
General: October 23 - November 3General: Tuesday, November 6

Q: Who is eligible to participate in Election Day Registration?

A: To be eligible, you must be a U.S. Citizen, Hawaii resident, and at least 18 years of age.

Q: Where do I go to register?

A: If you are choosing to register at an Early Walk In Voting location, click here to view the locations in your county.  If you choose to register on Election Day, you must report to the polling place determined by your residence address.  You can confirm your polling place by using the Find My Polling Place locator or by calling our office at (808) 453-VOTE (8683).

Q: What do I need to register?

A: You will be asked to present one form of physical identification.  Any form of ID listed below is acceptable:

  • Hawaii Driver License
  • Hawaii State ID
  • Military ID
  • Passport
  • Current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government issued document showing name and address

Q: What is the process to register?

A: You will be required to complete a voter registration affidavit form.  On the form you will need to provide your Hawaii Driver License number or Hawaii State ID number.  If you have not been issued either ID, you will be asked to provide the last four digits of your Social Security Number.  Upon completion of the form, you will be asked to present one form of physical identification.


Additional questions? Contact the Office of Elections or your Clerk’s Office.