Who We Are
The Office of the City Clerk is an agency in the legislative branch of the City and County of Honolulu. The Elections Division performs voter registration and election responsibilities delegated to the City Clerk under the Revised Charter of the City and County of Honolulu and State law. Our main office is at 530 S. King Street, Room 100 in Honolulu Hale.
Conducting elections involves: registering voters, maintaining the voter registration database on behalf of the four counties and the State of Hawaii, maintaining address and district data; checking signatures on city candidate/initiative petitions; issuing candidate nomination papers and filings; issuing and mailing absentee ballots; accepting, accounting for, and processing returned ballots; operating early voting locations; The Office of the City Clerk also accepts financial disclosure filings of candidates and City employees and provides clerical support to the Honolulu City Council.
For election jurisdiction purposes, the City and County of Honolulu is comprised of the entire island of Oahu and the northwest Hawaiian islands. Honolulu is the largest county in Hawaii and has a population of over 900,000 persons.
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Bernice K.N. Mau, City Clerk
City & County of Honolulu