Welcome to the Factsheets page.
Factsheets are a collection of documents containing detailed election information. Each Factsheet covers a different topic. Factsheets provide information on subjects such as: polling places, elected officials, campaign signs, reapportionment, uniformed and overseas citizens, or voter assistance.
Factsheets are available in two formats:
- The Factsheets on this page are in HTML format.
- Factsheets in PDF: Factsheets are also available in PDF format by clicking this link.
Factsheets are intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as an authority in the Hawaii election law and candidate 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.
Factsheets are listed in alphabetical order. Also, try using the search function at the upper-right of every page to find information.
Candidate Filing Locations, 2014
Candidate Filing Process, 2014
Candidate Objections, 2014
Care Facility Administration and Residents
Chief Elections Officer/Duties and Responsibilities
Constitutional Amendment Questions and County Charter Amendment Questions, 2014
Contests for Cause / Election Objection, 2014
Elected Officials Directory - Federal, State and County
Election Calendar, 2014
Election Contest Schedule, 2014 to 2017
Election Day Officials
Election Information Services
Election Material Available at the Office of Elections
Election Registration and Turnout Statistics
Electioneering and Campaigning
Permanent Absentee Voting
Petition Process to Place the Names of Candidates for President and Vice President on the State of Hawaii General Election Ballot
Petition Process to Qualify a Political Party for Election Ballot Purposes in the State of Hawaii
Plurality Elections and Majority Elections
Political Districts and Correlating Maps, 2014
Polling Places, 2014
Information is available in alternate formats. If you require special assistance (large print, taped material, etc.), Call the Office of Elections at 453-VOTE (8683). Neighbor Islands may call toll free at 1-800-442-VOTE (8683). Or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org