Voter Registration & Permanent Absentee Mail Application
Register or re-register to vote with this application. Re-register if you have changed your name or address.
You may also request to be on the permanent absentee mail voter listing. You will automatically be mailed an absentee mail ballot for as long as you inform us of your current address information
"One time request" Absentee Mail Ballot Application
You must first be registered to vote if requesting an absentee ballot.
Use the regular Absentee Voting application if you need an absentee ballot for the 2014 elections only.
If you are requesting an absentee ballot and registering to vote for the
first time, please send both applications together in the same
Requests for absentee ballots must be received no later than seven (7) days prior to the election. We
recommend applying early to ensure adequate ballot transit time for the
receipt and return of your absentee ballot. Inform us of any changes to your address by reapplying.
"The Yellow Card" informs voters of their proper polling place and eligibility in the upcoming elections.
All registered voters statewide are mailed "The Yellow Card" in the month of May during the election year. We also mail this periodically to newly registered and re-registered voters throughout the election season.
Did you know that every election, 10% of these postcards are returned by the U.S. Postal Service due to outdated addresses?
If you do not receive this postcard, you may not be properly registered
to vote and we recommend registering to ensure your eligibility to vote.
Re-register each time you change address or change your name.
The Final Confirmation Postcard is sent as a final notice to voters that are identified as moved away or changed address.
If you received this postcard, you should re-register to vote if you still reside in Hawaii. If you have moved out of state you may cancel your voter registration with this postcard.
If you choose not re-register to vote, you will experience delays on election day as polling officials will require you to re-register before voting. You will also be redirected to your proper polling place location.
If you received this postcard and do not re-register or vote in the following two election cycles, your name is removed from the voter rolls.
Proof of voter registration is available through a Voter Certificate.
A Voter Certificate may be issued to a properly registered voter at any Satellite City Hall or at our main office location. The cost of the certificate is $0.50 and an I.D. will be requested at the time of purchase. Please call first to confirm your voter registration status.
A certified copy of your voter registration form on file in the Office of the City Clerk is available for $1.50. A certified copy of voter registration is available only at our main office location at Honolulu Hale.