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TABLE J

COST PER REGISTRATION
VOTER REGISTRATION PROGRAM, 1970

MAJOR LOCATIONS



LOCATION


REGISTRATION
TAKEN


MAN
HOURS


COST


COST PER
KKGISTRA.


SEARS


5,800


1287


$ 2,574.00


.44


UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII


1,546


398!3


796.50


.52


FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK, Waianae


560


164


328.00


.59


HOLIDAY MART, Kapiolani


2,979


918


1,836.00


.62


HOLIDAY MART, Kailua


1,193


388*5


777.00


.65


FOODLAND, Pearl City


841


302


604.00


.72


GEM, Ala Moana


3,074


1175


2,350.00


.76


FOODLAND, Kaneohe


664


267!3


534.50


.80


GIBSON'S


899


365


730.00


.81


KAHALA MALL


3,086


1260^


2,521.00


.82


UNION MALL


454


210


420.00


.92


ED & DON'S, Ala Moana


347


180


360.00


1.04


WIGWAM, Kalihi


978


570


1,140.00


1.17


STAR MARKET, Kam Shpg. Ctr.


477


307


614.00


1.29


LONGS, Pali


487


390


780.00


1.60


GEM, Kapalama


195


368


736.00


3.77


TOTAL


23,580


85504


$17,101.00


.72



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TABLE K

COST PER REGISTRATION

VOTER REGISTRATION PROGRAM, 1970

MINOR LOCATIONS



LOCATION


REGISTRATION
TAKEN


MAN
HOURS


COST


COST PER
REGIS.


FOODLAND, Mililani


31


4


$ 8.00


.26


AINA HAINA, Shpg. Cntr.


96


19


38.00


.40


50th State Fair


457


90J5


181.00


.40


EWA BEACH, Shpg. Cntr.


35


Bk


16.50


.47


WIGWAM, Waipahu


79


21H


43.00


.54


SAFEWAY, Pensacola


107


30


60.00


.56


WIGWAM, Aiea


98


36*5


73.00


.74


STAR MARKET, Kailua


70


27I5


55.00


.79


KRESS, Wahiawa


120


47J5


95.00


.79


WALRICK DRUGS, Kaneohe


32


13


26.00


.81


BIGWAY, Waipahu


54


22!s


45.00


.83


FOODLAND, Kalihi


74


3435


69.00


.93


FOODLAND, Kapiolani


60


291a


58.50


.98


KITS SUPERMARKET, Haleiwa


43


235ti


46.50


1.08


UAUULA SHPG. CNTR.


15


10


20.00


1.33


TIMES, Kaneohe


233


155


310.00


1.33


CHUN HOON, Nuuanu


60


41


82.00


1.37


SAFEWAY, Enchanted Lakes


56


4m


83.00


1.48


QUEENS MPSKET, Kalihi


32


25


50.00


1.56


NAKATANI DRIVE IN, Nanakuli


61


55


110.00


1.80


MELS MARKET, Waimanalo


34


31


62.00


1.82


KRESS, Moanalua


26


26


52.00


2.00


FOODLAND, Liliha


28


33^


67.00


2.39


SHIMAS MARKET, Waimanalo


67


99


198.00


2.96


FIRST HAWN. BANK, Kaimuki


12


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41.50


3.46


ZIPPY'S, Honolulu


14


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57.00


4.07


TOTAL


1,994


973I5


$1,947.00


1 .98



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68



RE-REGISTRATION PROGRAM AT THE POLLING PLACES
PRIMARY AND GENERAL ELECTIONS, 1970

As was shown in Table B on page 12, 82.2% of the voters on Oahu reside where
they are registered. This means that approximately one out of every five registered
voters does not reside at the place at which he is registered. Therefore, the primary
goal of this program was to encourage voters to be registered correctly. Our regis-
trars who were stationed near the exit of the polling places re-registered the
following:

(1) Voters who had changed their names by marriage, etc., or for a correction of
a misspelling.

(2) Voters who had moved within or out of their precinct.

(3) Voters who had not voted in both the Primary and General Elections, 1968.

Table L shows that a total of 3,893 applications were taken on Primary Election
Day. Of the 4,216 transactions; 3,259 were for changes of address; 583 for changes
in name and 374 for re-registration.

Table M shows that a total of 3,976 applications were taken on General Election
Day. Of the 4,274 transactions; 3,554 were for changes of address; 614 for changes
in name and 106 for re-registration.

Combining the Primary and General Elections totals, there were a total of 7,869
appUcations. Of the 8,490 transactions; 6,813 were for changes of address; 1,197 for
changes in name and 480 for re-registration. The 6,813 changes of address represent
approximately a 3% improvement in the percentage of voters on Oahu residing
where they are registered.

In the General Election our registrars also took applications for changes in
party preference. A total of 1,019 voters applied for a change.



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TABLE L

SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS

PRIMARY ELECTION DAY

OCTOBER 3, 1970



DISTRICT


TOTAL
AFFIDAVITS


RE-REGIS-
TRATION


CHANGE OF
ADDRESS


CHANGE OF
NAME


TOTAL
TRANSACTIONS


8


177


4


159


24


187


9


173


12


146


36


194


10


150


24


149


30


203


11


118


2


101


24


127


12


233


41


172


37


250


13


268


19


214


48


281


Ih


241


25


187


46


258


15


181


9


149


35


193


16


142


9


113


35


158


17


216


12


195


24


231 1


18


210


58


169


33


260


19


232


24


195


18


237


20


331


37


276


44


357


21


145


23


109


-

18


150


22


364


26


313


39


378


23


395


31


350


39


420


24


317


18


262


52


332


TOTAL


3,893


374


3,259


s»3 1


4,216



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TABLE M

SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS
GENERAL ELECTION DAY
NOVEMBER 3, 197



■pjg_ TOTAL
™ICT PARTY


TOTAL

RE-REG.

AFFI.


RE-
REGIS.


CHANGE OF
ADDRESS


CHANGE OF
NAME


TOTAL
TRANS.




8


80


164


2


145


25


173




9


57


191


4


173


27


204




10


50


165


4


145


38


187




11


47


176


2


155


36


193




12


77


375


10


342


44


396




13


92


264


2


234


43


279




14


50


321


8


287


51


345




15


46


194


5


174


39


218




16


44


160


6


136


33


175




17


27


207


8


184


30


222




18


25


184


15


156


32


203




19


59


190


4


171


28


203




20


62


365


13


332


42


387




21


24


67


3


57


15


75




22


■ 53


346


10


315


42


367




23


97


342


4


310


55


359




24


129


2 6"5


6


237


34


277




TOTAL


1019


3976


106


3554


614 1 4274





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71



RESULTS OF THE VOTER REGISTRATION PROGRAM

There were a total of 67,235 applications taken in the City and County of Hono-
lulu during the 1970 Voter Registration Program, which was less than the 78,449
taken during the 1968 Program. Perhaps this is one indication that registration
activity is greater during a presidential election year. The total applications for the
1968 and 1970 programs included transactions which were broken down as shown
in Table N.



Transactions


1968


1970




Amount


•.


Amount


■;




New registration
Re- registration
Transfer of addresses
Change of names


32,919

12,781

34,960

4,227


39

15

41

5


31,525
8,647

29,258
4,333


43

1 1

40

G




Total


7B,44'J


100


7 J, 76)


100





Tables P and Q show the results of the combined registration efforts of both the
Offices of the Lieutenant Governor and the City Clerk. Table R shows the number
of voters, by representative districts, who failed to vote in the 1970 Primary and
General Elections of those who were registered or re-regristered by registrars from
the Office of the Lieutenant Governor.

Table R can also be used to analyze the effectiveness of the Voter Registration
Program in terms of the individuals turning out to vote after they had been regis-
tered. In taking into account all registered voters, 12.6% statewide, and 13.7% in
the City and County of Honolulu, were purged from the voters lists because of
failure to vote in the 1970 Primary and General Elections (Table S). Of those who
were registered by registrars firom the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, 12.5%
were purged. Breaking the figures down further, it was discovered that 9.3% of those
registering at locations and 16.7% of those registered by house-to-house registrars
were purged. The costs to run these programs are shown in Table O below.

Table



Program


Cost


No. of
Applications


Cost per
Application


House-to-house
Locations
Polling Place


$25,084.66

18,697.50

7,187.25


14,702

26,511

7,869


$1.71

.0.70

0.91


Total


$50,969.41


49,082


$1.04



It cost an average of $1.04 per application that was taken by registrars em-
ployed by the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. The house-to-house application
averaged $1.71 and the location application averaged $0.70. These figures indicate
that the location method of registering voters is the most successful in terms of cost,
volume taken and voter turnout. However, in looking at it from the other side of the
ledger, 83.3% of the individuals registered by the house-to-house registrars did vote.
Many of these may not have voted if the effort was not made to register them.



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