2018 Primary Election Day Information


All across Hawai'i, people have already voted for Tulsi in the 2018 Primary Election! Walk-in voting ended on August 9th and mail-in ballots should have been postmarked by now. Not sure if you're registered to vote? Find out here!

Register to Vote on Election Day

All eligible voters can now register on-the-spot at their polling place on Election Day, August 11th! You must be at the correct polling place associated with your current home address and have a Hawai'i State ID or Hawai'i Driver's License that also includes that same home address.

Where's My Polling Place?

Polls are open from 7:00am - 6:00pm on Election Day.  If you're not sure where to vote, scroll down to "Find My Polling Place" at https://olvr.hawaii.gov and enter your home address!

Pahoa Residents

In order to serve the thousands of Pahoa residents who have been displaced because of the Kilauea lava flow, a dual polling place will be open at Pahoa Community Center on the day of the Primary Election (August 11th) to allow voters in precincts 04-03 and 04-04 to vote. Residents can also take advantage of same-day voter registration at the Pahoa Community Center.

Mahalo -- Vote for Tulsi!

Your vote is your voice, and every voice matters. Please make sure you get out to vote and cast your ballot for Tulsi Gabbard!

With aloha always,
Team Tulsi

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