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Hawaii Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in Hawaii

A Hawaii voter registration form is available to residents of Hawaii who are eighteen (18) years of age or older. Pre-registration is an option for individuals at least sixteen (16) years of age; they will automatically be allowed to vote once they turn eighteen. Hawaii residents can register to vote online as long as they have a current Hawaii driver’s license or State ID card. Once completed, the Hawaii voter registration form can be sent to the Clerk’s Office located within the registrant’s county. The voter registration form includes the option to vote by mail. Completing this section of the form will allow registrants to receive election ballots by mail for all future elections.

Check Your Voting Status – Voting status can be confirmed through the County Clerk’s Office or through the Office of Elections online system.

Deadline – 30 days before an election (7 days before an election for permanent absentee voting).

Find a Polling Placehttps://olvr.hawaii.gov/altpollingplacesearch.aspx

Register Onlinewww.olvr.hawaii.gov/

Where to Send Voter Registration Form – Mailed or hand-delivered to the registrants County Clerk’s Office

Voter ID (§ 11-136) – State statutes are vague; precinct officials may request identification (“What do I need to register?”).

How to Write

Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF.

Step 2 – Enter the following registrant information into the appropriate fields, as shown in the image below:

  • Social Security number
  • Date of birth
  • Phone number
  • Full name
  • Residence address
  • Mailing address
  • Describe location of residence (if no street address was provided)
  • Gender
  • Email address (optional)
  • Previously registered address

Step 3 – Under section (11), answer “YES” or “NO” to questions (A.), (B.), and (C.). Include signature and the date below. Registrants wishing to receive their ballots by mail can sign and date section (12), “Permanent Absentee”. A witness signature, address, and phone number are required if the registrant cannot provide a proper signature.

Step 4 – All registration forms can be mailed or hand-delivered to the registrants local County Clerk’s Office.