Voting on Election Day: Where to go and what to expect.
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|Voting on Election Day: Where to go and what to expect
The vast majority of Hawai‘i voters chose to cast their ballots by mail during the 2022 primary election in August. The latest numbers from the state show that trend continuing in Tuesday’s general election. Hawaii News Now.
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