October 30, 2008
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., speaks at a rally at Carnahan Quadrangle at MU on Thursday.
A time line of the Jefferson City High School-Hickman High School football rivalry.
Democratic vice-presidential candidate, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., gestures while speaking at a campaign rally Thursday.
Democratic vice-presidential candidate, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del. speaks at a campaign rally Thursday at Fox High School in Arnold.
Supporters of Barack Obama wait in line to see him speak at Mel Carnahan Quadrangle at MU. Thousands of people waited for hours in the line that stretched several blocks.
More than 100 supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama were already in line by 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008. Many supporters skipped classes, took off work and traveled hundreds of miles to hear Obama speak on Thursday night.
Edward Jones stockbroker Kathy Lou Neale encourages clients to buckle up and ride out the turbulence of the economic downturn.
Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin points as she speaks to cheering supporters Thursday in Cape Girardeau.
Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin speaks to supporters Thursday in Cape Girardeau.
Supporters of Republican vice presidential candidate Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin cheer as she speaks Thursday in Cape Girardeau.
Stagehands Paul Dobberstein, left, and Toby Beck prepare a large "Missouri For Change" sign at Carnahan Quadrangle, where a rally for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will begin at 9:30 p.m. Thursday. People standing behind the sign will be able to view Obama on a JumboTron.
Obama pumpkins sit near the podium where Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will speak Thursday. Construction continued throughout Thursday, and gates were scheduled to open at 7:30 p.m. The rally is set to begin at 9:30 p.m.
Clyde Bentley is an associate professor for the Missouri School of Journalism and one of the founders of MyMissourian.
Dylan Roebuck, James Hunter and Evan Kleekamp fill out ballots for a mock election at Rock Bridge High School Tuesday Oct. 28. Aside from choosing candidates for president and governor, the students were asked their opinions on political issues such as the Iraq War and the energy crisis.
Sara Shahriari, one of the producers for “Radio Adelante” and a former Missourian reporter, edits the show at KOPN/89.5 FM.
Melissa Beutenmiller and Stuart Spradling, honors students at Oakland Junior High, researched candidates for class projects.
Matt Lawrence dribbles past JT TIller during the first half of the Missouri men's basketball team's Black and Gold game Oct. 29 at Mizzou Arena.
October 29, 2008
The Columbia Civic Orchestra, conducted by Stefan Freund, rehearses Tuesday evening at the Missouri Theatre Center for the Arts for an upcoming concert on Nov. 2. Ethan Uslan, renowned Ragtime music pianist, is the featured pianist for the concert's celebration of Missouri's pastime with ragtime music.
Junior guard Zaire Taylor defends against freshman guard Miguel Paul during the second half of the 2008 Black and Gold game on Oct. 29 at Mizzou Arena.
The "ghost" of Sarah, from the infamous Stephens College Senior Hall legend, rests in a mausoleum within an elaborate Halloween display in the front yards of Ron Graves and Dennis Hill. Neighbors Graves and Hill put up the festive display for the second year in a row.