Registered Hawai'i voters receive a ballot to vote by mail before each election. If you choose to vote in person and are asked for ID but cannot produce it, or if your recited information does not match the voting records, you may vote a provisional ballot. You will be required to sign a written affirmation and confirm your date of birth and residence.
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GUIDE TO VOTER ID RULES IN HAWAI'I
Precinct official may ask voter to provide current ID:
- HI driver’s license or HI state ID
- Military ID card
- US Passport
- Utility bill*
- Bank statement*
- Government check*
- Other government document*
* with voter’s name and address
If voter’s recitation of name, residence address & date of birth matches the poll book, a regular ballot will be provided