HONOLULU (Jul. 8)
Hawaii’s Jewish voters will be allowed to cast absentee ballots in the State’s primary elections which will be held on September 20, Yom Kippur. Lt. Gov. Jean King said in a letter to the Hawaii Jewish Welfare Fund that she and her staff are now working on a plan for the absentee voting, the Hawaii Jewish News reported. King said the problem was brought to her attention by Barbara Fischlowitz. She said her office is drafting a special announcement which will outline the procedures to be followed by those seeking absentee ballots.