All season long candidates have used the latest technology to reach voters, but on the eve of the election some turned to time-honored "traditions".
For 58 years, Hilo has been a rallying place for Hawaii Democrats before the general election.
This year's Grand Rally brought out dozens of candidates intent on keeping all Democrats from the islands in power.
"We need to make sure President Obama gets four more years," said Rep. Mazie Hirono, who is running for the U.S. Senate.
While the gathering was a chance for Democrats to thank supporters, it was also the last chance to rally volunteers for the final push to the polls.
"On Election Day, we are going to be canvassing, phone-banking and we need you to do that. This last drop of commitment must come from all of you!" said Hirono.
Meanwhile on Oahu, former Governor Linda Lingle and her team took to the streets of Honolulu.
In addition to the usual sign-waving during the campaigning, Lingle spent the past four days traveling around Oahu by trolley. She brought the waving to residents in communities around the island.
The lucky rides worked for her during her campaigns for Governor, so she climbed onboard again with a trolley full of enthusiast volunteers.
"People like to see we're excited and everything is upbeat. The election is coming up and this raises the awareness about it," said Lingle, who is also running for the U.S. Senate.
After months of hammering out serious messages during this campaign, the former governor took time to join in the fun.
"I think people have seen a lot of negative ads from all races, from the president on down. I think they like to see something positive going on," said Lingle.
Finally, on a positive note, there is something the two candidates for U.S. Senate both agree on: The importance of voting.
"Every vote counts," said Hirono.
"Whoever you vote for, get out there and vote," said Lingle.