5 Primary Election Reminders

Ahead of the 2024 Primary Election on Aug. 10, the Office of Elections offers a few key reminders for Hawai‘i voters.

➊ Hawai‘i is a vote-by-mail state. Your Primary Election ballot will arrive by mail. Registered Hawai‘i voters automatically receive a mail ballot for every election.
➋ Check that your voter registration is current. Visit elections.hawaii.gov or call 808-453-VOTE(8683) to verify that your voter registration is accurate. If you have moved or changed your mailing address, you must update your voter registration. Update online or by submitting a Voter Registration Application (link at end of article).
➌ You must sign your ballot return envelope for your ballot to be counted. You can expect to receive your ballot packet by July 23 for the Primary Election. Before your ballot arrives, review candidate statements at elections.hawaii.gov.
➍ Ballot must be received by 7pm on Aug. 10. Ballots can be returned by mail or put in a ballot drop box. Visit elections.hawaii.gov for location details. Ballots received late cannot be counted.
➎ Assistance is available. In need of assistance? Consider the following accessible options:

  • Visit a voter service center to vote using accessible voting equipment.
  • Request an electronic ballot and mark your ballot using your personal compatible device.

802 Lehua Ave., Pearl City, HI 96782
808-453-VOTE (8683) | elections@hawaii.gov
Voter Registration Application:


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