Slow, steady and smooth: Voters wrap up the primary process

  • Voters fill out paper ballots in Hilo Saturday afternoon (Nancy Cook Lauer/West Hawaii Today)

  • Voters sign up in Hilo for ballots (Nancy Cook Lauer/West hawaii Today)

  • Elections volunteer Matsui Uehara staffs a desk outside Building G at the West Hawaii Civic Center, where voters are inside voting in-person. (Michael J. Konowicz/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • For voters Elisa Rabara, center, and Joey Kaeka, right, voting is a family affair with her 7 and 10 year old sons present. Rabara and Kaeka completed election paperwork outside the West Hawaii Civic Center prior to entering the Voter Service Center there. (Michael J. Konowicz/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • For voters Elisa Rabara, right, and Joey Kaeka, left, voting is a family affair with her 7 and 10 year old sons present. Rabara and Kaeka used electronic voting machines with their kids at the Voter Service Center in Kona. (Michael J. Konowicz/Special to West Hawaii Today)

A steady stream of voters came to the West Hawaii Civic Center, where a few voting options were provided to people for Saturday’s primary election.