Mizzou College Democrats and ASUM held a debate watch party in Leadership Auditorium.
The United States is on fire, but these memes are pretty funny.
He will serve a three-year term.
Skala and Thomas won with 57 and 66 percent of the votes, respectively.
Issues of concern cited by the candidates were public safety, infrastructure and downtown development.
Three City Council candidates express their opinion and future plans in face of increasing student housing in Columbia.
“The new normal of two percent (growth) that the left is saying you can't do anything about is so dangerous for our country,” former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said. “We've created rules and taxes on top of every aspiration of people, and the net result is
“College is a working expense,” Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) said. “I would let you deduct it as a working expense over and throughout your entire working career.”
MU Socialists and CoMo Socialists celebrated Election Day by hosting a public political discussion.
Missouri voters rejected amendments on teacher evaluation and on an early voting period.
The hashtag #KnowForNov was used to field audience questions during the event, though many waited until the end to ask the individuals questions.
Several amendments were also passed to the Missouri constitution.
Hallie Thompson said the Graduate Professional Council wants to become better connected on a campus and national level.
MSA presidential and VP candidates Loeffler, Damico talk diversity, campaign