FACTSHEET

ELECTION CONTEST SCHEDULE, 2014-2017

YEAR

PRIMARY

GENERAL

CONTEST

DISTRICT

TERM

FILING DATE

AGENCY

2014

08/09/14

11/04/14

U.S. Senator (Vacancy) (1)

Statewide

2 years[1]

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

U.S. Representative (2)

I & II

2 years

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

Governor (1) & Lt. Governor (1)

Statewide

4 years

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

State Senator (12)

1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 12, 16, 17, 18, 21, 23, 24

4 years

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

State Senator (Vacancy) (1)

5

2 years[2]

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

State Representative (51)

1 51

2 years

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

Office of Hawaiian Affairs (5)

3 No Island Residency Required

1 Resident of Maui

1 Resident of Oahu

4 years

06/03/14

State & County

 

 

 

Hawaii Councilmember (9)

1 9

2 years

06/03/14

County of Hawaii

 

 

 

Maui Mayor (1)

County of Maui

4 years

06/03/14

County of Maui

 

 

 

Maui Councilmember (9)

1 East Maui

1 West Maui

1 Wailuku/Waihee/Waikapu

1 Kahului

1 South Maui

1 Makawao/Haiku/Paia

1 Upcountry

1 Lanai

1 Molokai

2 years

06/03/14

County of Maui

 

 

 

Kauai Mayor (1)

County of Kauai

4 years

06/03/14

County of Kauai

 

 

 

Kauai Councilmember (7)

County of Kauai

2 years

06/03/14

County of Kauai

 

 

 

Oahu Councilmember (4)

II, IV, VI, VIII

4 years

06/03/14

C&C of Honolulu

2015

NONE

NONE

 

 

 

 

 

2016

08/13/16

11/08/16

President (1) & Vice President (1)

Statewide

4 years

06/07/16

State

 

 

 

U.S. Senator (1)

Statewide

6 years

06/07/16

State & County

 

 

 

U.S. Representative (2)

I & II

2 years

06/07/16

State & County

 

 

 

State Senator (13)

2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 22, 25

4 years

06/07/16

State & County

 

 

 

State Representative (51)

1 51

2 years

06/07/16

State & County

 

 

 

Office of Hawaiian Affairs (4)

1 No Island Residency Required

1 Resident of Hawaii

1 Resident of Molokai/Lanai

1 Resident of Kauai/Niihau

4 years

06/07/16

State & County

 

 

 

Hawaii Mayor (1)

County of Hawaii

4 years

06/07/16

County of Hawaii

 

 

 

Hawaii Prosecuting Attorney (1)

County of Hawaii

4 years

06/07/16

County of Hawaii

 

 

 

Hawaii Councilmember (9)

1 9

2 years

06/07/16

County of Hawaii

 

 

 

Maui Councilmember (9)

1 East Maui

1 West Maui

1 Wailuku/Waihee/Waikapu

1 Kahului

1 South Maui

1 Makawao/Haiku/Paia

1 Upcountry

1 Lanai

1 Molokai

2 years

06/07/16

County of Maui

 

 

 

Kauai Prosecuting Attorney (1)

County of Kauai

4 years

06/07/16

County of Kauai

 

 

 

Kauai Councilmember (7)

County of Kauai

2 years

06/07/16

County of Kauai

 

 

 

Oahu Mayor (1)

City & County of Honolulu

4 years

06/07/16

C&C of Honolulu

 

 

 

Oahu Prosecuting Attorney (1)

City & County of Honolulu

4 years

06/07/16

C&C of Honolulu

 

 

 

Oahu Councilmember (5)

I, III, V, VII, IX

4 years

06/07/16

C&C of Honolulu

2017

NONE

NONE

 

 

 

 

 

 

This Factsheet is intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as an authority on the Hawaii election law and deadlines. Requirements and/or deadlines may change pending changes in legislation. Consult the Hawaii Revised Statutes and other sources for more detailed and accurate requirements.

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Office of Elections FSBO106K

Rev. 03/23/13



[1] U.S. Senator Schatz was temporarily appointed by Governor Abercrombie on December 26, 2012 to fill a vacancy created by the death of U.S. Senator Daniel K. Inouye on December 17, 2012. As the original term of office was to expire on January 3, 2017, a primary and general election will be held in conjunction with the regularly scheduled elections in 2014 to nominate and elect someone to fill the remainder of the term of office.

[2] Senator Keith-Agaran was temporarily appointed by Governor Abercrombie on January 7, 2013 to fill a vacancy created upon the resignation of Senator Shan S. Tsutsui, who succeeded to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. As the original term of office was to expire on November 8, 2016, a primary and general election will be held in conjunction with the regularly scheduled elections in 2014 to nominate and elect someone to fill the remainder of the term of office.