The Abraham Lincoln statue in front of the capitol building is 100 years old. More than 10,000 people gathered to rededicate the monument Sunday. The statue was built in 1912 by the same two men who later built the Lincoln monument in Washington D.C. Our media partner 10/11's Stephanie Morrissey talked with capitol administrator Robert Ripley about statue up-keep. He said the 1960s was the first time they conserved it. Governor Dave Heineman declared Sunday Monument Re-dedication Day.