POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 17, 2012
~~<p>At least two times every two years, the same antediluvian ceremony repeats at the state Capitol.</p>
At least two times every two years, the same antediluvian ceremony repeats at the state Capitol.
First, the finely crafted koa desks and podiums are covered in protective cardboard. Plywood covers the floor, sheets of plastic lay over the wool carpets, dozens of prehistoric computers, many with an operating system from before Windows, grind into life. Telephones with cords are brought in and linked to precincts across the state. Login for more...