Student protesters celebrated Nov. 9 on the University of Missouri campus after the resignation of Tim Wolfe, the University of Missouri System president. Political scientists and campaign professionals say that if student and faculty demonstrations expand and deepen this year or next, campus protests could become a key issue in 2016 elections.
Student protesters celebrated Nov. 9 on the University of Missouri campus after the resignation of Tim Wolfe, the University of Missouri System president. Political scientists and campaign professionals say that if student and faculty demonstrations expand and deepen this year or next, campus protests could become a key issue in 2016 elections. DAVID EULITT Star file photo
Student protesters celebrated Nov. 9 on the University of Missouri campus after the resignation of Tim Wolfe, the University of Missouri System president. Political scientists and campaign professionals say that if student and faculty demonstrations expand and deepen this year or next, campus protests could become a key issue in 2016 elections. DAVID EULITT Star file photo

Protests may move from college campuses to ballot boxes

November 23, 2015 07:18 PM

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