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Hawaii Republicans set Presidential Caucus for Tuesday March 12, 2024
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Hawaii Republican Presidential Caucus
Tuesday, March 12, 2024 -- 6pm to 8pm

Aloha Hawaii Republicans!   Sept 9, 2023

Thousands of Republican voters will participate in our upcoming Hawaii Republican Presidential Caucuses.  Your help is needed to make the caucuses a success! 

Volunteers needed to staff caucus locations! >>> SIGN UP TO VOLUNTEER HERE

Are you campaigning in Hawaii for one of the Republican presidential nominees?   >>> LET US KNOW HERE

In 2012 10,228 Republican voters cast ballots.  In 2016, 15,672 Republican voters cast ballots.  How many will vote in 2024?

Here are the details:

--Voting open two hours only -- Tuesday, March 12, 2024 6pm to 8pm
--Vote in-person at caucus location for your District with genuine paper ballots.
--Photo ID required.  
--ALL voters must complete new Hawaii GOP Party Card. 
--On-the-spot Hawaii voter registration with photo ID -- allowed to vote in caucus. 
--NO mail-in voting.  No proxy voting.
--Absentee voters may cast provisional ballot IN-PERSON ONLY at any caucus location statewide if unable to make it to home district.

Dozens of Caucus locations state-wide (all locations to be announced 60 days before caucus).

Caucus is proportional.  Your votes directly determine which candidates get presidential delegates from Hawaii. 

Caucus Rules: See Hawaii GOP Rules 214-215-216

Mahalo for your kokua,

Andrew Walden

Caucus Chair

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You can also check out our Caucus page on our Hawaii Republicans website
I hope you will consider volunteering at a caucus location or campaigning for a Presidential nominee. This is an exciting time to be a Republican in Hawaii and we need all of you involved to make this a success!  

Let's take this opportunity to come together across the islands to strengthen our party, hold a successful Caucus and elect a Republican President in 2024! 


Laura Nakanelua
Acting Chair 
Hawai'i Republican Party
Hawaii Republican Party to donate.


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