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Oʻahu County Committee, 5/4/2019.

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DPH 2020 eConvention:


The 2020 eConvention will be for the purpose of conducting the elections of the State Chairperson, National Committeeman, National Committeewoman, State Central Committee Senate District Representatives, and four (4) Presidential Electors.

The elections will be conducted online. Credentials will be emailed to registered delegates, so all precinct elected delegates and automatic delegates should check to see that their email address has been updated with the Party; you may do so by filing out the join/update form. Please be sure to fill out all fields so that your current membership can be updated instead of a new one created. PLEASE NOTE that updating HIdems will NOT update your membership file.

Elections will be conducted in 2 rounds:

    Round 1:
    • Election of the National Committeeman, National Committeewoman, and four (4) Presidential Electors.
    • July 11-12, 2020 - Voting Period
    • July 13, 2020, 5:00pm HST - Results Announced

    Round 2:

    • Election of the State Chairperson and State Central Committee Representatives.
    • July 24-25, 2020 - Voting Period
    • July 26, 2020, 5:00pm HST - Results Announced

    On July 26, 2020, after results are announced the newly elected State Chairperson will preside over the first State Central Committee meeting. All candidates for State Chairperson and State Central Committee Representatives should be prepared to attend that meeting set for 6:30pm HST.  


Oʻahu County Democrats, Members Page HERE.

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Article IV of the Constitution of the Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi establishes Oʻahu County Democrats as the County Organization of the Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi. Between our County Conventions, the affairs of the Oʻahu County Democrats (OCD) are subject to the Oʻahu County Committee (OCC).

Oʻahu County's Special & Standing Rules & Procedures

While all are welcome to attend meetings of the Oʻahu County Committee (refer to our calendar), the voting body is limited to the 35 District Council Chairpersons, the 9 Regional Chairpersons, the Oʻahu County Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and the two Oʻahu County Representatives to the State Central Committee of the Democratioc Party of Hawaiʻi. Proxy Voting Instructions for Region & District Council Chairpersons. For more details refer to the Bylaws

Did you know you can visit ʻŌleloNet, ʻŌlelo's video on demand service, to watch our Democrats@Heart programs at your convenience?  


We, the members of the Oʻahu County Democratic Party, united in common purpose, dedicate ourselves to the core principles of the Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi.

As the people's party, it is our mission to create opportunities for free and open political dialogue in regional and district communities to promote civic engagement, political action, and community solidarity. And, as a servant of the dreams and aspirations of Hawai‘i's people, we acknowledge that if we wish to lead, we must listen and be open to being transformed by what we hear. Moreover, if we ask for the people's trust, we must in turn trust the wisdom of the people.

To do this effectively, we understand that we need to activate, mobilize and empower party members, and revitalize our county organization for the challenges ahead in the 21st century. Through a re-energized county organization, we will endeavor to bring together members of the party, elected officials, interested citizens, and community leaders to build a cosmopolitan society that will manifest the Aloha Spirit at its core and in every facet of community life.

Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi
Oʻahu County Committee
P.O. Box 1793
Honolulu HI 96806-1793