Coming out of voting today, I met two different couples who I know who both said the same thing to me: "we cancelled each other out". Meaning, I think, that the husband and wife voted differently in key elections. I know this is also true of my wife and I. Which leads me to wonder if there is a generational difference in toleration for spouses with different political views, or if (as is often the case) nothing is really changing on this and the examples given in the media of intolerant millennials who won't socialize with people who don't pass various political litmus tests are just that, isolated examples.
Speaking of which, I took my daughter to vote for the first time today. She was pretty excited, and planned her outfit in advance.
She asked me why I was not wearing my "I voted" sticker. I told her that it made me feel like a sucker. She told me that she had clearly come to vote her first time with the wrong person, and should have found a doe-eyed idealist.