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Organisation : Office of Elections Hawaii
Facility : One-Time Absentee Form
Country : United States
State : State of Hawaii

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One-Time Absentee Form :

STEP 1 : Complete the Application for Absentee Voter Ballot. Mark appropriate box(es) in Section I. Complete Sections II, III, and IV.
1. Print your Social Security Number.
2. Print your Date of Birth.
3. Check the appropriate “Female” or “Male” box.
4. Print your “Home” and “Business” telephone numbers.
5. Print your Name – Last, First, and Middle Initial(s).
6. Print your Residence Address in Hawaii (house number and street name). You must be registered to vote in the county and precinct where you live.

Note: A Post Office Box, Star Route, Rural Route, General Delivery, Business Address, or Mailing Service Address is not an acceptable residence address.

7. Print your Mailing Address in Hawaii.
8. If your residence does not have a street address, describe the location of your residence. Include details such as subdivision, village, tax map key no., and zip code.
9-12. Indicate where you wish to have your ballots mailed to. If your ballots may reach your forwarding address before your arrival, check the “Hold for Arrival” box.
13. If your signature is a mark, a witness signature is required.

STEP 2 : Mail the Application for Absentee Voter Ballot no later than 7 days prior to the election to the appropriate City/County Clerk:

County of Hawaii
25 Aupuni St., Rm. 1502
Hilo, HI 96720-4245
Ph. (808) 961-8277

City and County of Honolulu
530 S. King St., Rm. 100
Honolulu, HI 96813-3077
Ph. (808) 768-3800

County of Maui
200 S. High St., Rm. 708
Wailuku, HI 96793-2155
Ph. (808) 270-7749

County of Kauai
4386 Rice St., Rm. 101
Lihue, HI 96766-1819
Ph. (808) 241-4800

Absentee Voting in Person :
You may vote by absentee ballot in person at the office of your City or County Clerk. Call for exact dates and times.

Voters with a Felony Conviction :
The United States Constitution gives every citizen the right to vote. However, persons sentenced for a felony may lose some of their rights. The following information is from Hawaii Revised Statutes § 831 2.

For persons sentenced for a felony :
** You may not vote in an election while you are still serving a felony sentence.
** You may vote in an election if execution of sentence is suspended with or without the defendant being placed on probation.
** Your right to vote is restored once you complete your sentence.
** However, you will still need to register before you vote, even if you were previously registered prior to your conviction.

Please contact your City/County Clerk’s Office regarding documentation required with submission of Wikiwiki Voter Registration Application.

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