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Election Notifications Hit the Mail this Week

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The 2022 election notification postcards were mailed today and should begin arriving over the next several days, the county of Kaua‘i announced on Wednesday.

Voters who were registered on or before March 28 will be included in this mailing. Voters who registered after March 28 will be included in an upcoming mailing.

Most voters will receive an orange election notification postcard. This notice provides general information about the upcoming Primary and General Elections on Aug. 13 and Nov. 8, respectively. A small number of voters who completed the United States Postal Service Change of Address process will receive a blue trifold Notice of Voter Registration Update postcard.


Voters who do not receive a notification by Monday, April 25 should contact the Elections Division at 808-241-4800.

Voters with a Hawai‘i driver’s license or Hawai‘i State identification card can check and update their registration information using the online voter registration (OLVR) portal at https://olvr.hawaii.gov/. Individuals with a HDL or HSID who wish to register to vote for the first‑time can also use the OLVR portal.

Paper voter registration and one-time (seasonal) absentee ballot applications are available for download at https://elections.hawaii.gov/. Paper applications must be mailed or hand-delivered to the Elections Division at 4386 Rice Street, Līhu‘e, Hawai‘i 96766.


Anyone receiving a voter notification addressed to someone unknown or who is no longer at the address is asked to write “NOT AT THIS ADDRESS” and place the notification back in the mail. The USPS will return the misaddressed notification to the Elections Division, and it will be used to update the corresponding voter’s registration record.

For additional information, contact the Office of the County Clerk, Elections Division at 808-241-4800.

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