HONOLULU - All ballot scanners and voting machines that were not working properly at several polling locations on O'ahu Tuesday have been fixed or addressed.   

With less than two hours left until polls close, voters continue to trickle in. 

Earlier today, McKinley High School was one of several polling sites that encountered an issue with one of its machines. 

The precinct chairman at the school tells KITV4 there was a wiring issue with one of the voting machines that has since been resolved. 

Ala Wai Community Park also reported problems that has been fixed. Over at Helemano Elementary and Stevenson Middle School, troubleshooters had to replace the polling places ballot scanner machine. All issues have been resolved. 

The Office of Elections is hoping for a good turnout which will hopefully boost Hawaii's historically low voter turnout. 

Out of the 756,000 registered voters in Hawaii, the Office of Elections said more than 180,000 voted early, that includes walk-in and mail-in ballots. 

If you're heading to the polls, all you need is one form of identification: a driver's license, State ID, utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or some form of government ID. 

Polls close at 6 p.m. Anyone in line at that time be allowed to vote. 

There are 235 polling locations across the state. To find your polling location, visit /https://elections.hawaii.gov/.