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During the primary election, voters will be doing more than picking which candidates will represent political parties on the ballot in November.
Hawaii County residents who have registered to vote should refer to the yellow card they receive this summer for details on their precinct, polling place, and which districts they live in.
Fewer voters are heading to the polls, but that doesn’t mean they are not casting a ballot.
It was an election fraught with problems: election items were misdelivered, about a dozen polling places opened late, and an embattled county clerk struggled to keep it all on track.
The primary will be a winner-take-all affair for two County Council races.
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It may be a midterm election year, but Hawaii’s political players still think voter turnout could be pretty good.