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This election will have a lasting impact on Hawai‘i, our lāhui, and our keiki. Cast your ballot and let your voice be heard!

E koho pāloka kākou! Let us vote in the 2020 primary election

Jul. 23, 2020

The mail-in voting ballots have dropped. This is Hawaiʻi’s first all-mail election, and if you’re a registered voter you should have received your ballot over the last several days. This election will have a lasting impact on Hawai‘i, our lāhui, and our keiki. Cast your ballot and let your voice be heard!

Here’s how to vote by mail:

  1. Open your ballot envelope.
  2. Fill out your ballot.
  3. Place your completed ballot in the “secrecy sleeve.”
  4. Put your sleeved ballot in the return envelope.
  5. Seal the return envelope.
  6. Sign the back of the envelope in the box provided.  
  7. Put your ballot in the mail by Monday, August 3rd to ensure that it is received by election day, August 8th. No postage is required.

Opting to drop off your ballot:
If you prefer to deliver your completed ballot in-person, drop your ballot at a place of deposit between August 3 and August 8 or at a voter service center between July 27 and August 8.

Not registered?
It’s not too late to participate. Head over to a voter service center between July 27 and August 8 to register and vote in-person on the same day.

Got questions?
Visit the Hawaiʻi Office of Elections website for details on the 2020 primary election. To ask a question or if you have not yet received your mail-in ballot, call the office directly at (808) 453-8683.


Here's what the 2020 primary election mail-in ballot looks like. If you have not received your ballot yet, call the Hawai‘i Office of Elections at (808) 453-8683.



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