It took me 20-minutes to ride my motorbike the two blocks to my polling place because Kalakaua Ave., the main drag in Waikiki, was already blocked off for tonight's ho'olaule'a, the biggest block party of the year. So this election worker who's seated outside the entrance to the voting room asks me for my ID which struck me as odd. I replied "let me check the voter list" which was posted on an adjacent wall and he "offered" to find my name for me. Which I also thought was odd. I informed Mr. Democracy that I'd prefer to find my own name on the voter list by myself. The polls close at 6pm. I was there well after 5 o'clock and I had 19 of the 20 voting booths to pick from.