HAWAII

How to vote from your hospital bed

LINKS

Before October 5, 2020

Register to Vote!

Find more information here https://elections.hawaii.gov/voters/registration/ or at https://www.vote.org/.

12 PM on Monday November 2, 2020

All properly registered voters will receive a mail ballot packet approximately 18 days prior to the election.

If you are not at your normal address, you may fill out a one-time absentee ballot application and indicate where you would like your ballot to be mailed to.

Polls Close on Tuesday November 3, 2020

Voted ballots must be received by the Clerk's Office by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

 

DEADLINES

 

STEP-BY-STEP HOW TO VOTE

1.

Check Your Voter Registration

Check if you are registered to vote at https://elections.hawaii.gov/voters/registration/ or at vote.org.

2.

Await the Arrival of your Mail Ballot

All properly registered voters will receive a mail ballot packet approximately 18 days prior to the election. If you do not receive your mail ballot packet, contact your Clerk's Office.

If you are not at your normal address, you may fill out a one-time absentee ballot application and indicate where you would like your ballot to be mailed to.

If you're unable to access a printer, contact your Patient Voting team at patientvoting@gmail.com and we will help deliver materials to you.

3.

Obtain Your Ballot

All properly registered voters will receive a mail ballot packet approximately 18 days prior to the election. If you do not receive your mail ballot packet, contact your Clerk's Office.

4.

Vote!

Fill out your ballot! 

5.

Drop off your Absentee Ballot

Your ballot must be received by 7 PM on 11/3/20 to be counted. You have 3 possible methods of returning your absentee ballot:

  • By mail: Voters should mail their voted ballot 2-3 days before the election to ensure that the Clerk's Office receives it by the deadline. The return envelope is postage paid via the U.S. Postal Service and addressed to your Clerk’s Office.

  • Voter Service Center: Voters may visit any voter service center within their county to drop off their voted ballot.

  • Clerk's Office: Voters may return their voted ballot directly to their Clerk's Office.

 

If you have difficulty with getting your ballot to the County Elections office, contact your Patient Voting team at patientvoting@gmail.com and we will help figure this out.

 

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Representatives:

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PATIENT VOTING TEAM

TEAM MEMBER 

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PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS

 

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STATE LAW

Hawaii
Act 136, SLH 2019

Beginning with the 2020 primary election, all elections shall be conducted by mail in accordance with this title.

 

COVID-19 and Patient Voting

Here is how COVID-19 is affecting Patient Voting in this state:

Hawaii has moved to elections by mail starting with the 2020 election and all properly registered voters will automatically receive a mail ballot packet approximately 18 days prior to the election, meaning that you will not have to be physically present a polling location to vote. No changes to the 2020 election calendar have been announced at this time.

Contact patientvoting@gmail.com for more info

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