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1987 Deputy Voter Registrar Program

The Office of Lieutenant Governor invites you to participate in the 1987 Voter Education and Registration Campaign by serving as a Deputy Voter Registrar.

As a Deputy Voter Registrar you will be authorized to register eligible citizens to vote and to provide election and referral information. Your participation in this program would be a service to your community. You may serve as a Deputy Voter Registrar if you meet the following qualifications:

  1. Citizen of the United States;

  2. Resident of the State of Hawaii;

  3. 18 years of age on the next election day;

  4. Registered voter in the State of Hawaii; and

  5. Successful completion of a training and certification class conducted by the Voter Education and Community Relations Division staff of the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. (The class is a 2-hour class session)

Weekly classes are conducted at the Office of the Lieutenant Governor by appointment:

Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Thursday evening from 5:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. Other times are available for community outreach.

Interested individuals and organizations may call the Voter Education and Community Relations Division at 548-2370 or 548-2544 to schedule a class. A minimum of one week advance notice is required. Please be aware that as the election period approaches, enrollment to these classes fill rapidly. You are encouraged to plan ahead and make arrangements as soon as possible.

NOTE: Those Leaguers who were deputized in 1986 need not take the training classes if they can pass the test,

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