OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Your vote is your voice

Your vote is your voice in what you think Hawaiʻi’s future should be, how our traditions and resources should be sustained, and who are the best people to lead us. Simply put: Hawaiian voters means that Hawaiian issues will be addressed by our legislators. Your voice is part of a chorus, calling for a strong and vibrant lāhui.

I Mana Ka Leo—let your voice be heard!


IMPORTANT 2018 ELECTION DATES & DEADLINES

Election Day
Primary: August 11
General: November 6
Polls are open from 7:00am – 6:00pm

Voter Registration Deadline
Primary: July 12
General: October 9

Mail Ballot Request
Primary: August 4
General: October 30

Early Walk In Voting
Primary: July 30 – August 9
General: October 23 – November 3

INFORMATION ON THE ELECTION & CANDIDATES

Additional information about voting in the 2018 election is available at the State of Hawaiʻi Office of Elections webpage elections.hawaii.gov.

 

Watch the OHA Candidate Town Hall to get to know the candidates running during this election. Listen to get informed on where they stand on the issues that affect Hawaiians and all of Hawaiʻi.

OHA Trustee Candidate Debate

Watch the Republican candidates for Governor discuss the issues at the Hawaii News Now Republican Gubernatorial debate:

2018 Gubernatorial Debate

Watch the Hawaii News Now Super Debate, where leading Democratic contenders for Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Congress debated the key issues:

Read the 2018 Primary Election Guide from the July Ka Wai Ola:

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