Does voting feel divisive this year? Here are 5 ways to make it a positive experience

The call to vote is usually a patriotic one. Though this year, it feels like whenever we're told we need to do it, there are underlying messages along with the appeal. It's like people are saying, "vote, but vote for my person." Opinion Editor for the Deseret News, Boyd Matheson, shares how we can remember the sanctity of this privilege this election year. He also shares how the goal shouldn't be to disagree less, but to disagree better.