Parents are shaking their heads, saying: "What kind of world are our kids growing-up in?" and "What kind of example are candidates setting for our sons and daughters?"
As the grand finale looms, it's easy to get wrapped-up in the negative aspects of the election.
A parenting expert in Avon says it's not all bad, and that we need to highlight all facets of the political season — both negative and positive — with our children.
"When you're talking about the election, you want to be really clear with your kids that this is a conversation we're lucky to have," says Dr. Amy Alamar, an educator and author. "This is our democracy, the foundation of our country."
Check out this link to learn more about Amy Alamar.