Voter Service Centers and Places of Deposit

Election 2020

HONOLULU (KHON2) — Voter Service Centers across O’ahu opened on Tuesday, Oct. 20 for voters who prefer to cast their ballot in-person.

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Mayor Kirk Caldwell held a news conference to discuss the various ballot drop box locations and Voter Service Centers available on island.

In-person Voter Service Centers will be located here:

Hawaii County:

  • County of Hawaii Aupuni Center
  • West Hawaii Civic Center – Community Room Building G

Maui County:

  • Lanai Police Station
  • Mitchell Pauole Center
  • Velma McWayne Santos Community Center

Kaua’i County:

  • Piikoi Building – Conference Room A / B

Honolulu City and County:

  • Honolulu Hale
  • Kapolei Hale

Places of Deposit will be located here:

Hawaii County

  • Aupuni Center Conference Room
  • Hawaii County Building
  • Naalehu Police Station
  • Pahoa Police Station
  • Rodney Yano Hall
  • Waimea Police Station
  • West Hawaii Civic Center
  • North Kohala Police Station
  • Laupahoehoe Police Station

Maui County:

  • Aloha Aina Center
  • Haiku Community Center
  • Hana Fire Station
  • Kahului Fire Station
  • Kalana O Maui County Building
  • Kihei Fire Station
  • Kula Fire Station
  • Lahaina Civic Center
  • Makawao Fire Station
  • Napili Fire Station
  • Paia Community Center
  • Wailea Fire Station
  • Lanai Police Station
  • Mitchell Pauole Center
  • Velma McWayne Santos Community Center

Kauai County:

  • Hanalei Fire Station
  • Hanapepe Fire Station
  • Kalaheo Fire Station
  • Kapaa Fire Station
  • Hanalei Neighborhood Center
  • Kilauea Neighborhood Center
  • Koloa Neighborhood Center
  • Waimea Neighborhood Center
  • Piikoi Building – Conference Room A / B

Honolulu City and County:

  • Bill Balfour Jr. Waipahu District Park
  • Hawaii Kai Park and Ride
  • Kahuku District Park
  • Kailua District Park
  • Kalihi Valley District Park
  • Kaneohe District Park
  • Kanewai Community Park
  • Mililani Park and Ride
  • Neal S. Blaisdell Park
  • Waianae District Park
  • Honolulu Hale
  • Kapolei Hale

The Mayor also added that the City has already received upwards of 200,000 ballots from voters who opted to mail-in or drop off their ballots.

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