Who can register?
Any person may register to vote if s/he meets the following qualifications:
- a U.S. citizen;
- at least 16 years of age (pre-registration); and
- a Hawaii resident
When should I re-register to vote?
Re-register to vote if you have changed your name, changed your residence, or changed your mailing address.
On election day, election officials are required to re-verify the registration status of persons not listed in the pollbooks. Re-registering to vote will help to avoid delays at the polling place on election day.
Am I registered?
A Notice of Voter Registration and Address Confirmation postcard
(a.k.a. the yellow voter card) will notify you of your polling place. Postcards are mailed to all registered voters in May of even numbered years. Postcard mailings are also conducted in July, September, and October for voters that have updated their information. If you received the postcard, you are properly registered.
A voter lookup application is administered by the State of Hawaii Office of Elections. It is updated periodically and may not necessarily reflect the most current updates. Check on your polling place at the State Office of Election's website
Where to Register
Register in person on Oahu at:
Office of the City Clerk
530 S. King St, 100
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813
State of Hawaii Office of Elections
802 Lehua Avenue
Pearl City, Hawaii 96782
|Neighbor island residents may register in person |
at the respective Office of the County Clerk
|You may also register by mail |
by clicking the graphic above
If you are a first time registrant, please send a copy of your
identification with your completed application form. Acceptable forms
of identification include a COPY of any one of the following:
- Hawaii drivers license;
- State of Hawaii Civil Identification card;
- U.S. Passport;
- Utility bill, government issued check or government document bearing your name and current address.
If you are NOT a Hawaii resident and need a voter registration form for your home state, click here
. Please refer to the appropriate instructions for your home state.
Cancellation of Voter Registration
If you no longer desire to be a registered voter, you may voluntarily cancel your voter registration. You may also cancel the voter registration of a deceased relative. The cancellation form is available here
. The cancellation form may be submitted to the Office of the City/County Clerk. We appreciate information that helps us maintain an updated voter registry.