HONOLULU (KHON2) – The General Election is exactly two weeks away and election officials have some tips and reminders to make sure every ballot counts.
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Scott Nago, Hawaii Chief Election Officer, says there are a few common mistakes to avoid while filling out a ballot.
While filling out the ballot correctly is important, including a signature is just as essential.
“Signatures are required on the return envelope,” said Scott Nago, Hawaii Chief Election Officer. “Any envelope with a missing signature or a mismatch signature will not be counted. You will be notified by the clerk’s office that your ballot was not counted and you’ll have five days after the election to correct the situation.”
If a mistake is made while filling out the ballot, don’t try to erase it.
“Don’t use Wite-Out or don’t cross it out. Call your clerk’s office and
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