Hawaii

Step 1: Apply

Can I vote-by-mail in my state?


Yes, Hawaii holds an all-mail election. Click here to register as a new voter or to check your existing registration. (It's always a good idea to double-check.) https://elections.hawaii.gov/voters/registration/ New voters must register by October 4, 2020.




I have a question that wasn't answered here.


Please call the county election office where you live. They are in charge of elections and should be able to help you. https://elections.hawaii.gov/resources/county-election-divisions/





Step 2: Vote-by-Mail

When do I have to mail or drop off my completed ballot?


Technically, ballots must be received by 7pm on Election Day. (November 3, 2020) To avoid delays within the election office and the postal service, we recommend you return your voted ballot as soon as it arrives and no later than the middle of October. You may also drop your ballot at your local election office. It's a good idea to call and check first. https://elections.hawaii.gov/resources/county-election-divisions/




Does it require a stamp? Two?


The return envelope is postage paid via the U.S. Postal Service and addressed to your Clerk’s Office. The US Postal service will deliver any ballot, regardless of whether or not it has the correct postage, or any at all. They will charge the local election office for any unpaid postage. https://time.com/4547550/absentee-mail-ballot-postage-stamp-postal-service-usps/




Can my ballot be dropped off at a polling site or dedicated drop box?


https://elections.hawaii.gov/voter-service-centers-and-places-of-deposit/




Is there any way to check if my ballot was received?


https://ballotstatus.hawaii.gov/




I have a question that wasn't answered here.


Please call the county election office where you live. They are in charge of elections and should be able to help you. https://elections.hawaii.gov/resources/county-election-divisions/





Early In-Person Voting

Does my state offer any in-person early voting days?


October 20 - November 2, 2020




I have a question that wasn't answered here.


Please call the county election office where you live. They are in charge of elections and should be able to help you. https://elections.hawaii.gov/resources/county-election-divisions/





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