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HAWAI‘I ELECTIONS 2018: Where Do I Vote?

July 28, 2018, 1:15 PM HST (Updated July 20, 2018, 9:16 AM)
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Voters are assigned to a polling place where they may cast their ballot on election day.

Pursuant to HRS15-4(c), select district-precincts are designated Vote by Mail precincts. These voters will be mailed a ballot.

The Office of Elections has issued a supplementary proclamation designating Pāhoa Community Center as a dual polling place for precincts 04-03 and 04-04 for the primary election.

The supplementary proclamation establishes Pāhoa Community Center as a polling place for voters of precincts 04-03 and 04-04 to ensure they are able to cast their ballot for the primary election. This proclamation comes after reports from the Hawai‘i County Civil Defense indicating that the situation has stabilized and it is safe to open a polling place in the community. Officials will continue to work with Hawai‘i County Civil Defense to monitor the situation for the upcoming elections.

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Voters of 04-03 and 04-04 are reminded that they can still vote by mail by submitting their ballot to the Clerk’s Office by the close of polls, 6 p.m. on Aug. 11. Additionally, the Pāhoa Community Center will be open for early voting from July 30 to Aug. 9. All voters may visit any early walk-in voting location in the county to vote.

For additional information about the 2018 elections, visit elections.hawaii.gov or call (808) 453-VOTE (8683).

Use the Office of Elections’ Find My Polling Place webpage to locate your polling place based on your residence address. If you have moved, update your voter registration here.

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