Posted by Volunteer Staff
on July 23rd, 2012
This is an exciting time: voters in Hawai’i’s 2nd Congressional District have already begun voting! Have you signed up to vote early by mail yet?
Voting early is one of the easiest ways to help Tulsi win this primary. It helps in two ways:
You can vote early and then not have to worry about making it to the polls on Saturday, August 11th.
We can scratch your name off our list and can focus on reaching out to even more undecided voters
If you want to vote early by mail, it’s not too late! Click here to download the absentee ballot request form to send to your county elections division. The deadline to submit your absentee ballot request is Saturday, August 4th.
Walk-In Early Voting:
Walk-in early voting begins on Monday, July 30th
Pali Golf Course, 45-050 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe
Honolulu Hale Courtyard, 530 King Street, Honolulu
Kapolei Hale, Conference Rm A & B, 1000 Uluohia St, Kapolei
Elections Division: Main Office, 25 Aupuni Street, in Hilo.
West Hawaii Civic Center, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Highway, Building B, in Kailua-Kona.
Waimea Community Center, 65-1260 Kawaihae Road, in Waimea
MAUI ISLAND: Kalana O Maui Bldg, 7th Fl, 200 S. High St, in Wailuku.
MOLOKAI: Mitchell Pauole Community Center, 90 Aiona Street in Kaunakakai.
Elections Division Annex Basement, 4386 Rice Street, in Lihue
All walk-in early vote locations are open July 30th thru August 9th, 8:00am-4:00pm (excluding Sundays.)
There's a clear choice in this election: the voters of the 2nd Congressional District will choose to continue the politics as usual that has left our country deeply divided or choose to send Tulsi's fresh leadership to Congress that can begin to bring people together again to tackle our toughest challenges. If you’re serious about sending fresh leadership to Congress that will make Hawai'i proud, sign up today to volunteer and get out the vote over these final weeks.
Voting at the polls on August 11th:
If you plan to vote at the polls on Saturday, August 11th, be sure to visit the State of Hawai’i Office of Elections’ Polling Place Locator to find your polling place. It might have changed due to redistricting!