THE WEEK IN PHOTOS: Veterans Day, election events and a young horse rider

Sunday, November 11, 2012 | 5:17 p.m. CST
State Rep. Chris Kelly, D-Columbia, passes the time before an interview after receiving the night's final election results during the Boone County Democrat Watch Party on Tuesday at the Blue Note. Kelly won re-election in the 45th District.

COLUMBIA — Last week's best photos by Missourian photographers captured election events, a Veterans Day ceremony and a young horse rider.

In this photo by Xiaojie Ouyang, a crowd listens to Brig. Gen. Bradley Baker speak at the  wreath-laying ceremony Friday in front of Memorial Union. The ceremony was in honor of Veterans Day.

Rachel English captured this image of Mitch Richards, state representative candidate in Missouri's 47th District speaking with Howard County GOP member Bob Wood about election results. Richards was defeated by John Wright. Many people joined candidates at watch parties in Columbia.

In this photo by Emma Kessinger, Justin Eddy, 9, rides his horse Glow on Thursday at his home. Justin made it to the finals of the All American Quarter Horse Congress on Oct. 20.

Xiaojie Ouyang captured this image of MU student Michael Burdett relaxing before the first presidential debate Oct. 3 at the Mizzou College Democrats' watch party. Many MU student Democrats and Republicans worked on campaigns and helped with voter registration.

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