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REGISTER TO VOTE
Follow the steps below

First time voter?
No problem

IT'S REAL EASY!

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Check if your already registered or still registered to vote.

You can verify your voter registration status by contacting the State Office of Elections (on Oahu) at 808-453-VOTE (8683).  Neighbor Islands can call toll-free at (800) 442-VOTE (8683).  Please be prepared to provide name, residence address, and date of birth in order to verify your status.

If your registered to vote your good to go!
If not, then you need to Register to Vote

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Just Two Things You Need to Register

  • Last 4 digits of Social Security Number
  • Drivers License Number

Three-Ways to Register

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Your Choice
 
  • Online – You will need the #2 information above.  
    (This is the recommended, fastest, and easiest way to go,
    less then 5-minutes).
      Click here.

     
  • Mail – Complete a Voter Registration Application and mail to your County Clerk’s Office. 

    Print application
    here
    Mail application
    here.
     
  • In-Person – Complete an Application in-person at the State Office of Elections or your County Clerk’s Office.  County locations here.

 

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Remember Deadlines to Register, Don't Wait till the last minute

DO NOT PROCRASTINATE !
  • Primary Election                         July 9, 2020 (online)
  • General Election                         October 5, 2020 (online)
Note: Your mail-in or in-person applications must be postmarked or in-hand to your County Clerk's Office by the dates specified above.  For other Elections related deadlines see here.

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ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions about voter registration or voting, check out the State Office of Elections Frequently Asked Questions.

For other Elections related questions please contact the
State Office of Elections.

Remember, voting is not only your Right
It's your kuleana
No Vote = No Voice