2022 Hawaii Primary Live Results
|Election Date||August 13, 2022|
|Where to Vote||Find a Voter Service Center|
|Polls Close||August 14, 1:00 AM Eastern Time
Ballots returned by mail must be received by this time
|On this Page||Primary results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, State Legislature|
Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz is expected to be renominated and win a third term against whichever Republican emerges from the large primary field.
Democratic Gov. David Ige is completing his second term; he is ineligible to run due to term limits. There are seven candidates seeking the nomination. Leading the field is Lt. Gov. Josh Green. A Mason-Dixon poll from mid-July showed him with 55% of the vote. Other notables include businesswoman and former First Lady of Hawaii Vicky Cayetano and Rep. Kai Kahele (HI-02). They received 19% and 16%, respectively, in the poll.
The general election is safely Democratic.
These primaries will take place using redistricted boundaries. The shapes changed very little from those in use over the past decade.
|2||D||Rep. Kai Kahele (D) is running for governor. There are seven candidates on the ballot. The frontrunners are State Rep. Patrick Branco and former State Sen. Jill Tokuda. The nominee will almost certainly be elected in November.|
Immediately below are live results for the primary discussed above. Below that are party-specific tables with results for each of the state's two districts. Change the active district by making a selection in the drop-down menu.
Democrats hold all but one seat in the 25-member Hawaii State Senate. All seats are being contested for a four-year term in 2022.
Democrats dominate the Hawaii House of Representatives, holding 47 of 51 seats. Members serve two-year terms.