UPDATED. The announcement comes after calls from the state teachers union to move to online classrooms for the first quarter.
In Hawaii and other states, homeless people and the service providers who help them face hurdles when it comes to voting.
Advocates for greater transparency say the process leaves the public in the dark.
Updated: The total number of ballots cast as of Tuesday surpassed those from the 2016 primary by about 7,000.
Voters with disabilities have better access to ballots than in most other states, including the ability to vote electronically. But more voter education and outreach is needed.
The governor used his line-item veto power to withhold about $366 million in federal relief funds.
Political action committees are giving money to a suite of candidates running in state and local races.