Barrett Baca leans his head on the wall while waiting to vote Tuesday at the Aupuni Center in Hilo. (Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald)
A line of voters wait to cast their ballots at the Aupuni Center in Hilo on Tuesday. (Kelsey Walling/Tribune-Herald)
HONOLULU — Voter advocates say Hawaii should set up more voter service centers after a last-minute surge of interest led to hours-long lines for in-person voting on Election Day even as the state switched to a vote-by-mail system for casting ballots.