Polling Place Locator - Help Page
What is the Polling Place Locator?The Polling Place Locator helps registered voters in the State of Hawaii find out where they need to vote on the Primary and General Elections in 2012. You must be an active registered voter in the State of Hawaii to find your Polling Place using this web site. You may download a voter registration form or find out where to obtain one by visiting our home page at http://hawaii.gov/elections.
The Polling Place Locator also provides other information such as: political districts, maps, photos, facsimile ballots for each polling place.
Search by Name and DOBEnter your name and date of birth and click the "Search" button. If no match is found, try removing some characters from the end of your name and/or check for typos.
Search by name is based on the name on your Voter Registration affidavit (e.g. WikiWiki Voter Registration Form).
DOB (date of birth) must be in the format "mm/dd/yyyy".
If you feel that you are a registered voter in the State of Hawaii, but were not able to find your Polling Place using this site, please call the Office of Elections at (808) 453-8683 or neighbor island toll-free at (800) 442-8683. Note: there may be a delay before your name is found by this site if you recently registered to vote.
Viewing a Specific Polling Place's InformationAlthough you may view the Polling Place information for any of the 250 polling places statewide, only a search by your name and date of birth will tell you where you yourself must vote on election days.
Maximum Consecutive Searches and Photo Views (10 each)There is a maximum number of consecutive searches or photo page views allowed. This is to conserve network bandwith and server resources so that all persons may use these features. If you reach the maximum and wish to do more, you must close all instances of your web browser window and return to the Polling Place Locator and search again.
System RequirementsWeb Browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, etc.).
Pop-up blockers disabled.
Adobe Reader required to view ballots.
Chinese and Japanese language fonts must be installed on your system to correctly view the ballots in those languages (City & County of Honolulu only).