2020 Party-run Presidential Primary

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DUE TO CDC COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

ON-SITE VOTING HAS BEEN CANCELLED

We are switching to all mail-in voting and a 3rd round of ballots will be mailed. Please register to vote and enroll in the Party by April 4, 2020. 

For The First Time Ever...

District/Precinct Meetings and the PPP will be conducted separately.

 

 

On April 30, our State Central Committee adopted this final plan to submit to the Democratic National Committee for approval.

The Delegate Selection Plan (DSP) was submitted to and reviewed by the Democratic National Committee's Rules and By-laws Committee. The DSP was voted on at the Rules and By-laws Committee meeting on October 11, 2020; and found in full compliance on November 20, 2020.

WE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING WITH OUR VENDOR, THE DNC, AND PARTY LEADERSHIP TO ACQUIRE AN APPROVED UPDATED PLAN, MAHALO FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING. UPDATES TO FOLLOW...

What are the highlights?

  • Mail-in ballots will be provided to every Democrat registered to vote in the State of Hawaiʻi and enrolled with the Democratic Party of Hawai'i.
  • Ballots will be mailed to the Democratic Party of Hawaiʻi member's State of Hawaiʻi Voting Mailing address.
  • Voting will be conducted with ranked choice ballots, allowing voters to list their preferred candidates from 1 - 3.
  • In-person voting & same day registration/enrollment options will be provided on April 4.

What is a Party-run Presidential Primary?

In 2020, Hawai'i Democrats will vote for the Presidential nominee who will take on President Trump. This Presidential election could be the most important election in a lifetime. The Party-run Presidential Primary (PPP) is Hawai'i's opportunity to impact this critical election.

Funding

This ambitious project can't happen without the financial support of our members. Donate today to help us reach our goal.

2016 Presidential Preference Poll Results

33,716 ballots were cast in the 2016 Presidential Preference Poll. The results were Bernie Sanders 70% | Hillary Clinton 30%. You can view the full results here.