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Kamehameha Schools Hawaiian Language Advancement Director Keoni Kelekolio, Administration Group Senior Executive Assistant Kim Kanaiaupuni, Ho‘okahua Senior Administrative Assistant Linda Lew, Cultural Specialist Kawika McGuire and Kanaiokana Senior Administrative Assistant Administrative Coordinator Kori Ili and other KS staffers stress the importance of the Native Hawaiian vote.
E koho pāloka kākou! Let us vote!

Today is the first day of early voting in Hawai‘i’s Primary Election. Find your county early voting locations and hours at the Office of Elections website and cast your ballot!

Vote at any early walk-in voting location within your county between today and Thursday, August 9. (Kawaiaha‘o Plaza staffers can vote conveniently at Honolulu Hale.)

Not registered? No problem! For the first time in Hawai‘i’s history you can register at your polling place and vote the same day with a valid Hawai‘i driver’s license, state ID, military ID, passport or a copy of a recent utility bill.

It’s easy to vote in Hawai‘i

  • Vote early at walk-in polling locations throughout the state from Monday, July 30 through Thursday, August 9.
     
  • Vote by mail and postmark your ballot by Monday, August 6.
     
  • Vote on election day at your assigned polling place, next Saturday, August 11 from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

This election will have a lasting impact on Hawai‘i, our lāhui, and our keiki. Cast your ballot and let your voice be heard! Visit the Office of Elections website or call them at (808) 453-8683 for more information.

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