Friday, July 20, 2018
This year more than ever, we need to assure that candidates who support public education and teachers get in office and stay there. Please be sure to register to vote and vote in the general election, Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Here's a list of HSTA-recommended candidates in all Hawaii primary races (You can scroll down to click on video links to the news conferences HSTA held to back Ige, Green and Campagna and hear HSTA's reasons for supporting each candidate.)
Read Civil Beat's Hawaii Election Guide 2018, with candidate information, Q and As, and more.
Need to register to vote? Click here.
For the first time ever, you will be able to register to vote at polling places this year, both at early voting sites or on Election Day.
You do not have to wait until Election Day to vote. You can vote at early walk-in voting sites managed by county clerks offices in each county or request a mail-in ballot.
Vote in person early from October 23 to Nov. 3.
Click here to request a mail-in ballot by Oct. 30.
Find your polling place by entering your island and your address.
View what your ballot will look like by entering your precinct and your polling place here.
Election Day officials are recruited to assist voters, provide operational support, and ensure the integrity of the voting process. Hours and duties vary. They are paid a stipend for their work. Read more or sign up to work on elections here.
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