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Midterm Election Guide

Nick Yee
Nick Yee

Here’s what you need to know for Tuesday’s Midterm Election.

  • The polls are open from 7am to 6pm
  • All you have to bring with you to the polls is one form of identification (Driver’s Licence, State ID, Government ID, Passport)
  • If you haven't registered to vote -- you still can.
    The office of elections is allowing those unregistered to sign up at their polling place.
  • Find your polling place by clicking here, or call 453-VOTE.
  • Don’t vote in the dark… check out the sample ballot online.
  • Become an Election Day offical.

In addition to the races for Governor, U.S. Senate and Congressional Districts 1 & 2 voters will be asked about OHA Trustees and whether (or not) the state should hold a Constitutional Convention.  

Hawai’i Public Radio will provide NPR coverage and commentary on mainland races beginning at 3pm tomorrow… as well as local race results starting with the first state evening printout.


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