Online Voting: NOT YET
Online Registration: NOT YET (but in the works)
Registering to Vote in Hawaii
You must register to vote in Hawaii no later than 30 days before the election.
To register to vote in Hawaii, you must:
- Be a resident of Hawaii
- Be a citizen of the US
- Be at least 16 years old to register and 18 on Election Day
- Not be in jail for a felony conviction
- Not be deemed by a superior court as mentally incompetent
Where and How to Register
You can register to vote in person or by mail.
To register, you must download, print, and complete the Voter Registration and Permanent Absentee Form, and either mail or hand deliver to the county elections offices listed on the application.
Alternatively, you may register in person at your local DMV.
If you would prefer not to print the form, you can also pick one up at the following locations:
- Public libraries
- City halls
- Phone directories
- US post offices
- University of Hawaii systems
- Most state service agencies
Anyone registering for the first time or mailing their application must show (in person) or provide a copy (mail-in) of one of the following documents that show both your name and address:
- Hawaii driver’s license or ID card
- Current utility bill
- Current bank statement
- Current government or other paycheck
- Any other government document that shows your name and address
You have the option to register without showing proof of identity, but if you do so you must show them at the polling place on Election Day.
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