In Hawaii, elections are overseen by the Hawaii Secretary of State.
Check your Voter Registration Status and Find Your Polling Place:
https://olvr.hawaii.gov (bottom of page)
Registering to Vote in Hawaii:
If registering by mail, must register by October 9th to vote in the 2018 General Election.
Late registration is available during the early voting period. Register in person at any early voting location. Early voting is generally the two weeks prior to election day.
Open Primaries, meaning any registered voter can choose to vote in either party primary (though voters may only vote in one primary).
Ways to Vote:
In Person on Election Day
By Mail (Register as permanent absentee or request a ballot by October 30th, 2018. Request form is available here.)
Early walk-in voting (Available weekdays and weekends, generally for about two weeks period to Election Day at these locations. For the 2018 General Election, the dates are Oct 23th-Nov 3rd.)
Know Before You Go:
ID is required to vote.
Forms of acceptable ID include valid photo ID (Drivers License, State ID, etc), a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, or other government issued document that shows your name and address.
If you lack the appropriate ID, you may still cast a provisional ballot.
For information about or help obtaining an ID, consult Vote Riders' information page or call their hotline: (844) 338 8743.
Polling Hours: 7:00am - 6:00pm
Office of Elections Hotline: (808) 453-VOTE (8683)