Organizer Audrey Lockwood: “It’s the only thing that has given me true hope since the results. You don’t feel alone anymore when this many people in a community help you accomplish something for peace.”
The party, hosted by Boone County Democrats, played NBC election coverage live.
The United States is on fire, but these memes are pretty funny.
Program creator Dale Musser: “At the point I was looking at this data, I realized at the vice-presidential debate there were 399 statements. That seems like a lot for an hour and a half."
Director of MU’s Political Communications Institute Mitchell McKinney: “I’ve been a political junkie my whole life.”
The Republican Party can either continue to divide or wake up and work to prevent a dangerous candidate from taking office.
Clinton and Trump are positioned to face off in “a time for choosing.”
Will Pierson: “When you listen to him talk, you get the sense that he really does want what’s best for the country.”
After Trump’s loss and Sanders’ near victory on Monday, there’s no telling how the next competition will end.
In 2014, an estimated 40 veterans died awaiting health care in VA facilities.
Revenue from cures found at the facility would go toward bridge infrastructure, grants for college, health care, and tax refunds for Missourians.
In a time of high racial tension in the U.S., 2016 candidates are talking about the sensitive issues.
The debate proved to be less heated than the Republican debates, with candidates and attendees agreeing on many issues.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont is gaining national attention for his socialistic ideals, and his support is rising as Hillary Clinton’s is dropping.
Mizzou Democrats spokeswoman Jordan Pellerito said she liked that the pope discussed a wide variety of political issues instead of just abortion.
The corner of Broadway Street and Ninth Street was taken over with supporters of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Oct. 11.
Walker became the second Republican to drop out of the race on Sept. 21 after he fell to the bottom of the CNN/ORC poll with less than 1 percentage of support from likely Republican voters.
In the wake of the second televised GOP debate, MU students share their comments and criticism.