The Hawaii County Elections Division expects to have all duplicate voter registrations off the books by Thursday, County Clerk Jamae Kawauchi said this week.
Kawauchi estimated that there are 53 duplicate entries, which were discovered during an internal audit recently.
The duplicates led to four to five double votes during the 2010 elections.
Kawauchi, who oversees the division, said Monday she had contacted each of the voters registered twice and is requesting a “change order” form from the city and county of Honolulu, which she said handles registrations for the state.
The duplicates won’t affect Saturday’s primary election, she said.