TEMPE, Ariz. - Protesters were out on the streets in Tempe Wednesday night showing their dissatisfaction with Tuesday night's election results.
About 150-200 people made their way through Tempe to protest the election of Donald Trump as president.
Sky 12 initially caught sight of the protesters near University Drive and Forest Avenue. They then moved to a fountain on Arizona State's campus.
This is one of several protests throughout the day after the Republican's election, including a walkout by students at several Phoenix high schools earlier in the day.
Protests have also been seen in Los Angeles, New York City and several other large cities.