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Can I Vote in Hawaii’s Elections if I’m on Vacation?

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Can I Vote in Hawaii’s Elections if I’m on Vacation?

No, if you are on vacation in Hawaii, you cannot vote in the state’s elections unless you meet the eligibility criteria to register to vote in Hawaii.

To be eligible to vote in Hawaii’s elections, you must be a citizen of the United States, a resident of Hawaii, and at least 18 years old on or before election day. If you are not a resident of Hawaii, you are not eligible to vote in the state’s elections, even if you are on vacation in Hawaii.

If you are a resident of Hawaii and are temporarily out of the state on vacation, you may still be able to vote by absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot from the Hawaii Office of Elections, which will allow you to vote in the state’s elections even if you are not physically present in Hawaii on election day.

It’s important to follow the proper procedures and eligibility requirements for voting in Hawaii’s elections to ensure that your vote is counted and to avoid any legal issues.

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