Political scientist Michael Artime, left, and presidential historian Mike Purdy are leading a lecture series at the University of Puget Sound about the politics of the 2016 presidential race and how it differs from past elections. The two men are photographed in front of the university’s Collins Memorial Library on Wednesday.
Political scientist Michael Artime, left, and presidential historian Mike Purdy are leading a lecture series at the University of Puget Sound about the politics of the 2016 presidential race and how it differs from past elections. The two men are photographed in front of the university’s Collins Memorial Library on Wednesday. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com
Political scientist Michael Artime, left, and presidential historian Mike Purdy are leading a lecture series at the University of Puget Sound about the politics of the 2016 presidential race and how it differs from past elections. The two men are photographed in front of the university’s Collins Memorial Library on Wednesday. Lui Kit Wong lwong@thenewstribune.com

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