In 2020, the Hawaii Democratic Party will be using a ranked choice ballot to determine how many delegates each presidential candidate will receive.
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With ranked choice voting (RCV), you can rank between 1 and 3 candidates in order of preference. You don’t have to worry about “wasting” your vote, especially in a crowded race. If your favorite candidate has limited support, your vote will still count for your next choice.
You need to be a registered voter in Hawaii and be enrolled in the Democratic Party of Hawaii to participate. Due to Covid-19, the Hawaii Democratic Party has cancelled in-person voting. You can still register and request a ballot up until April 4. The deadline to return ballots is May 22nd, and results will be released May 23rd. To learn more, go to HawaiiDemocrats.org.
The Hawaii Republican caucus was on March 10. To learn more, go to www.GOPHawaii.com.
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