Hawaii Democratic PPP FAQ
From Hawaii Democratic Party , March, 2020
When does the ballot need to be returned?
● As soon as possible; the deadline is Friday, May 22, 2020. Can completed ballots be dropped off at the Democratic Party of Hawaii’s HQ in Honolulu?
● No, our Headquarters are closed due to COVID-19, so all ballots MUST be returned by postal mail.
Who will receive a PPP ballot?
● You will receive a ballot if you are:
● A registered voter in the state of Hawai‘i (register on-line at olvr.hawaii.gov) AND
● Provided the state with correct, up-to-date name and address information on their voter registration record before April 4, 2020 (update your record online at olvr.hawaii.gov) AND
● Enrolled in the Democratic Party of Hawai‘i using that same correct, up-to-date information on-line at hawaiidemocrats.org (click the Join tab) AND
● At least 18 years old by November 3, 2020
What is the deadline to meet the requirements to get a mail-in ballot?
● Saturday, April 4, 2020
If a person makes the deadline above when will they receive a ballot in the mail?
● On or about May 2, 2020
If a person missed the deadline to meet all the requirements is there another opportunity to vote?
What if I have not received a ballot?
● Not receiving a ballot is most likely due to one or more of the following:
● You are not an enrolled member of the Democratic Party of Hawai‘i (DPH).
● You are not a registered voter in the State of Hawai‘i.
● You are enrolled with the DPH, but moved and have not yet updated your mailing address with the Office of Elections. Update your registration at olvr.hawaii.gov
● When you enrolled in the DPH you did not use your legal name.
● You changed your name (wedding, divorce, transition, etc.) and did not update your voter registration or membership information.
● Your voter mailing address was not a qualified USPS delivery address.
● Your voter mailing address was marked confidential by the Office of Elections.
● You did get a ballot but threw it out by mistake.
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