Residents interested in running for public office must file their nomination papers by Tuesday, June 2, 2020, by 4:30 pm. to appear on the 2020 Election ballot. Due to COVID-19, candidate filing locations may be affected. Candidates should contact state offices listed below for hours.
Federal and State Offices: Office of Elections – (808) 453- VOTE (8683); Toll Free: 1-800- 442-VOTE (8683)
Federal, State, and County Offices: Hawaii Elections Division – (808) 961-8277, Kona Elections Division – (808) 323- 4400, Maui Elections Division – (808) 270-7749, Kauai Elections Division – (808) 241-4800
City and County of Honolulu Offices Honolulu Elections Division – (808) 768-3800
Starting with the 2020 Elections, all voters will automatically receive their ballot in the mail and no traditional polling places will be established. Voters should keep their voter registration address updated and be on the lookout for their mail ballot packet to be delivered July 21 for the Primary Election. Election officials continue to monitor the situation with COVID-19, and there are currently no changes to the 2020 Election schedule.