Maui Election

Walk-in Voting at Pāhoa and Pāhala Closed Aug. 8 Due to Hurricane Threat

August 7, 2018, 3:30 PM HST
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Absentee Walk-in Voting Sites at the Pāhoa Community Center and the Pāhala Community Center will be closed on Wednesday, Aug. 8, due to the threat posed by Hurricane Hector.

The County of Hawai’i Clerk’s Office made the decision to close the sites for the day and day the two absentee walk-in voting sites might also be closed on Thursday, Aug. 9, depending on post-storm conditions.

All other absentee walk-in voting sites will be open, subject to weather conditions.

The official Primary Election Day is on Saturday, Aug. 11. Absentee walk-in voting throughout the island began July 30, and ends on Thursday, Aug. 9.

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