Simply go to the Office of Elections website, access the fillable PDF, print it out and mail it to your county office listed on the form. It will only takes a few minutes. You can access the Wikiwiki Voter Registration & Permanent Absentee form.
Absentee Ballot Bonus
The same form also has a section to request permanent absentee voter status. That means you can have your ballot mailed to you and you don’t have to worry about physically being in Hawaii to vote or having to go to the polling booths. So if you’re planning to be out of town this summer and will not be back before the Primary Election on August 9, 2014, be sure to request an absentee ballot.