Tuesday we voted. We stood in line, made our choices for president, Senate, school board. We proudly wore our "I Voted" sticker as we went about the rest of our business for the day. Then we tuned in for the dramatic 2016 election finale.
Now we have work to do. As a country, as a democracy, we watched as what should have been a productive time of discussing tricky, multifaceted policy issues became a largely uncivil shouting match through which we learned little.