All Hawaii polling places open on time as voters trickle in

All 235 polling sites statewide opened at 7 a.m. today as voters trickle in at their designated polling places to cast their ballots.

“Everything seems to be running smoothly at this point,” said Nedielyn Beuno, voter services section head of the state Office of Elections.

As of Tuesday, over 188,000 absentee mail-in and early walk-in absentee ballots have been tallied so far for the general election.

This is the state’s first general election where residents are allowed to both register to vote at their polling sites today and vote.

All polling places close at 6 p.m. today.


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