Can you believe it? We are only one month away from the primaries! Did you also know that only 55% of registered voters in our district actually voted in the primaries last election? In Hawaii, one could argue that the primaries are even more important than the general elections. Your vote matters. Make sure your voice is heard this year.
If you are registered to vote, you should be receiving your primary ballots in the mail by July 26th. If you are not registered to vote (yet), you can easily register online and can register at any time. All you'll need is your Hawaii Driver License or Hawaii State ID, and your Social Security Number.
If you don't have the documents above, or would prefer you register via paper, you can submit your paper voter registration application to your County Elections Division by August 3rd.
Also, this year, you can vote either in-person or by mail! The closest in-person voting center for us is Honolulu Hale (530 S. King Street). In-person voting & on-site voter registration is available 8/1 to 8/12 from 8 am to 4:30 pm, and also on 8/13 from 7 am to 7 pm. Learn more here
Thank you for your time & for all of your support,