HAWAII 4 Electoral Votes 
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Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, State of Hawaii Office of Elections)
Total Resident Population, July 1, 2019 est.
1,415,872
Hawaii has: 4 counties.

Government
Governor: David Y. Ige (D) elected 2014, re-elected 2018. 
State Legislature: Hawaii State Legislature   House: 51 seats  Senate: 25 seats 
Local: County of Hawaii, City and County of Honolulu, County of Kauai, County of Maui
U.S. House: 2D - 1. E.Case (D) | 2. T.Gabbard (D)
U.S. Senate: Mazie Hirono (D) re-elected in 2018, Brian Schatz (D) re-elected in 2016.
2020 U.S. House: In CD-2, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D) announced she would not seek re-election on Oct. 25, 2019 in the midst of her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination; Gabbard was first elected in Nov. 2012.  Seeking to succeed her are state Sen. Kai Kahele (D), business development consultant Joe Akana (R), Michelle Tippens (L), Jonathan Hoomanawanui (AA), Raghu John Giuffre (AS), and Ron Burrus (non-partisan)
State Legislature: 13 of 25 Senate seats and all 51 House seats are up.

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The Aloha State
General Election -- Tuesday, November 3, 2020
General Election Ballot Delivered: Oct. 16, 2020 (18 days prior to the election).

Act 136, Session Laws of Hawaii 2019, requires that all elections in the State be conducted by mail commencing with the 2020 election cycle. >
On the ballot


Biden/Harris (Dem.)


Blankenship/Mohr (Const.)


Hawkins/Walker (Grn.)


Jorgensen/Cohen (Lib.)


Pierce/Ballard (ASP)


Trump/Pence (Rep.)





Overview: Hawaii is all but sure to remain solidly in the Democratic column. 


[State Primary: August 8, 2020]
Democratic Party-Run Primary -- Saturday, April 4, 2020 May 22, 2020
Democrats
Biden 21,215 (63.2%), Sanders (36.8%)... Total 35,044.  details

33 Delegates: 15 District, 6 At-Large, 3 PLEO, 9 Unpledged.



Republicans



General Election Winners in Hawaii, 1992-2016
1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 2012 2016
Clinton
48.08%
Clinton
56.93%
Gore
55.79%
Kerry
54.01%
Obama
72.40%
Obama
70.54%
Clinton
62.22%
  and the details...

General Election -- Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Voting Eligible Population*: 1,016,971.
VEP Highest Office Turnout Rate: 42.2%.

Hawaii again had the lowest turnout as a percentage of voting eligible population of any state (the next lowest state, West Virginia had a VEP turnout rate of 50.1%).

Voter registration deadline: Oct. 10, 2016.
Early vote walk-in locations open: Oct. 25-Nov. 5, 2016.

Official Results >


+Clinton/Kaine (Dem.)
266,891
(62.22%)
Trump/Pence (Rep.)
128,847
(30.04%)
Johnson/Weld (Lib.)
15,954
(3.72%)
Stein/Baraka (Grn.)
12,737
(2.97%)
Castle/Bradley (Const.)
4,508
(1.05%)
Total........428,937


Blank votes: 8,289
Over votes: 438
Overview: The presidential campaign didn't entirely miss Hawaiiólocal activists held debate watches, did sign wavings, and engaged in GOTV effortsóbut there was never any doubt that Hawaii would remain solidly in the Democratic column.  The Clinton/Kaine ticket amassed a plurality of 138,044 votes (32.18 percentage points). 
Clinton  |  Trump
BALLOT [PDF]



General Election -- Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Voting Eligible Population*: 982,943.
VEP Highest Office Turnout Rate: 44.2%.

Hawaii had the lowest turnout as a percentage of voting eligible population.



Official Results >


+Obama/Biden (Dem.)
306,658
(70.54)
Romney/Ryan (Rep.)
121,015
(27.84)
Johnson/Gray (Lib.)
3,840
(0.88)
Stein/Honkala (Grn.)
3,184
(0.73)
Total........434,724



Blank votes: 2,227
Over votes: 235
2012 Overview
Hawaii remained solidly in the Democratic column as the Obama/Biden ticket gained a plurality of 185,643 votes (42.70 percentage points). 
Obama  |  Romney
BALLOT [PDF]

General Election -- Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Voting Eligible Population*: 898,922.
VEP Highest Office Turnout Rate: 50.5%.

Hawaii had the lowest turnout as a percentage of voting eligible population.
Official Results >


+Obama/Biden (Dem.)
325,871
(72.40)
McCain/Palin (Rep.)
120,566
(26.78)
Nader/Gonazalez (IndPtyHI) 3,825
(0.85)
Barr/Root (Lib.)
1,314
(0.29)
Baldwin/Castle (Const.) 1,013
(0.23)
McKinney/Clemente (Grn.)
979
 (0.22)
Total........453,568

Blank votes: 2,193
Over votes: 303

2008 Overview
Favorite son Barack Obama had no trouble in the Aloha State, amassing a plurality of 205,305 votes (45.62 percentage points).
General Election Details
Obama/Allies  |  McCain/Allies  Nader



General Election -- Tuesday, November 2, 2004
Voting Eligible Population*: 889,540.
VEP Highest Office Turnout Rate: 48.2%.

Hawaii had the lowest turnout as a percentage of voting eligible population.



Official Results


+Kerry/Edwards (Dem.)
231,708
(54.01)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.) 
194,191
(45.26)
Cobb/LaMarche (Grn.)  1,737
(0.40)
Badnarik/Campagna (Lib.)
1,377
(0.32)
Total........429,013
 

Blank votes: 2,447
Over votes: 202
2004 Overview
Kerry-Edwards won by a sharply reduced plurality of 37,517 votes (8.75 percentage points).
General Election Details
Kerry/Allies  |  Bush-Cheney '04

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Voting Eligible Population*: 832,642.
VEP Highest Office Turnout Rate: 44.2%.

Hawaii had the lowest turnout as a percentage of voting eligible population.
Official Results


+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
205,286
 (55.79)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
137,845
(37.46)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
21,623
(5.88)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
1,477
(0.40)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
1,071
(0.29)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
343
 (0.09)
Hagelin/Goldhaber (NLP)
306
(0.08)
Total........367,951

Blank votes: 2,566
Over votes: 596
2000 Overview
No surprises as the Gore-Lieberman ticket won with a plurality of 67,441 votes (18.33 percentage points).

1992 and 1996 General Elections

1992
Clinton (Dem.).......179,310
(48.09)
Bush (Rep.)...........136,822
(36.70)
Perot (NonP.) .........53,003
(14.22)
Others (4).................3,707
(0.99)
Total........372,842
1996
Clinton (Dem.).......205,012
(56.93)
Dole (Rep.)...........113,943 
(31.64)
Perot (Ref.).............27,358
(7.60)
Nader (Grn.)...........10,386
(2.88)
Others (3).................3,421
(0.95)
Total........360,120
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