Hawaii Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in Hawaii

Updated June 13, 2022

A Hawaii voter registration form is available to residents of Hawaii who are at least eighteen (18) years of age and would like to register to vote in an upcoming election. Pre-registration is an option for individuals of at least sixteen (16) years of age; they will automatically be allowed to vote once they turn eighteen (18). Hawaii residents can register to vote online as long as they have a current Hawaii driver’s license or State ID card. However, residents may still vote by completing the physical Hawaii voter registration form which can be sent to the Clerk’s Office located within the registrant’s county.

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 Place – As of the 2020 primaries, there are no traditional polling places and all residents will be required to submit their ballots by mail.

Register Onlinewww.olvr.hawaii.gov/

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

Voter ID – Voters will need a valid ID and proof of residency in order to register to vote (https://elections.hawaii.gov/voters/registration/).

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:

  • Whether applicant is US citizen (yes or no)
  • Whether applicant is at least sixteen (yes or no)
  • Whether applicant is a resident of Hawaii (yes or no)
  • Full name
  • Driver license or State ID Number
  • Whether applicant has Driver License or State ID or SSN
  • Date of Birth
  • Phone Number
  • Email

Step 3 – The second portion of the form will require the following:

  • Residence and Mailing Addresses
  • If registered to vote in another state and the last address
  • Signature
  • Date

Step 4 – The completed application can be submitted via mail to the registrant’s local County Clerk’s Office.