Voter Registration Drives
The Office of Elections welcomes opportunities to increase voter registration to all eligible citizens, statewide. We recognize the positive impact of community-based drives, and encourage efforts to increase the accessibility and convenience of election services.
Though the office does not regulate the activities of outside individuals, agencies, or organizations, in carrying out these drives, we provide the necessary materials.
|Voter Registration||One-Time Absentee|
|English||Voter Registration Application||One-Time Absentee Application|
|Chinese||Voter Registration Application||One-Time Absentee Application|
|Ilocano||Voter Registration Application||One-Time Absentee Application|
Campaign material and informational literature unrelated to voter registration cannot be included in, attached to, or affixed to voter registration applications.
Applications are available in packs of 50. A maximum of 100 of each application may be requested every 30 days.
Duplication of Blank Applications
Applications must be photocopied in their entirety, including all instructions. A facsimile of the forms may be submitted to the clerk, provided that the information supplied by the applicant and the applicant’s signature is original.
- Must be a 1:1 reproduction of the original form
- Panels must be 8.5″ x 11
- Must not contain a glossy finish
- Must not be reproduced on newsprint quality paper
- Must be printed on white 20 weight bond paper or heavier (70lb. text white wove offset is preferred)
Be prepared to provide the following information:
- Phone Number
Submitting Voter Registration Applications
We recommend that registrants submit their completed forms to their Clerk’s Office on their own, by mail or in-person.
However, if an individual chooses to submit their form through the group conducting the registration drive, it is a matter between the individual and that group
View printable Voter Registration Drives FACTSHEET. For complete information on printing and duplication of applications, please refer to HAR §§3-172-23 and 3-174-5.
Information is available in alternate formats. If you require special assistance call the Office of Elections at 808-453-VOTE (8683). Neighbor Islands may call toll free 1-800-442-VOTE (8683) or e-mail us at [email protected]