2018 General Election Voter’s Guide



The upcoming November 6th General Election is a very important one. Voters have a chance to make a difference for their family, community, state and nation.  Hawaii Family Forum (HFF) is excited that Hawai’i legislators have made it even easier for people to vote by ensuring same-day registration!

HFF makes it easy for all voters to compare candidates and find what is on their ballot with the nonpartisan Voters Guide. The HFF Voters Guide covers statewide candidates, US Representative and Senatorial districts.

HFF is nonpartisan – it does not support or oppose any candidate or party. Therefore, the candidate’s responses to questions are in their own words and are not edited. HFF reached out to each candidate two times during production.



We understand that candidates do not respond to our survey, so we have added a new feature! Now with our new active hyperlinks embedded directly in the PDF, you can also find biographical information about candidates for federal and state races by clicking on their campaign website! You can also send them an email or give them a call if you want to discuss their positions and find out more about where they stand on issues important to you. As a gentle reminder, please be courteous when you call the candidates. Most of them are happy to discuss their positions with you.
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Early Walk In Voting
Voters may also walk in to any Early Walk In Voting location in their county to cast their vote before election day. Early walk in dates are as follows: Tuesday, October 23 – Saturday, November 3. If you would like to vote in the GENERAL ELECTION, you may register and vote in-person at any early walk-in voting location operated by your Clerk’s Office but you must vote immediately after completing the voter registration process. 
Voter Registration
Did you miss the voter registration deadline?  It’s not too late to register.  Late registration allows qualified Hawaii residents, one final opportunity to register for the upcoming 2018 General Election.  

Polling Place Hours
Polling place hours are 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM.


More Ways to get involved:

  • Download the 2016 General Election Voter’s Guide to see how candidates may have responded two years ago.
  • Billy Graham’s “Five Biblical Principals for Christian Voters
  • Give what you can toward HFF’s Voter Guide efforts. Your donation will help us get the Voter Guide to thousands of Hawai’i voters.
  • Supply your church with Voter Guides by printing bulk copies and sharing them with your church community.
  • Spread the word about the guide by forwarding this post to friends.  There is a link on the bottom of this notice so you can share with friends.

P.S. Don’t delay! Access your free Guide online, then make a donation.