With elections about a week away, it's getting to be crunch time for undecided voters, if they end up voting at all.
But how does the typical voter come to their left, right or in between conclusion? Some are swayed by family and friends, and some draw from personal beliefs and values.
This Webster Groves home shows a split decision -- for president, at least.
Webster Groves Patch Facebook users chimed in with their thoughts on this photo, ballot choices and how to keep the conversation going, even when voters -- sometimes within the same family -- disagree:
- Aiden Hoffner Schroeder: "I drive by this house often and it makes me giggle. The best thing any of us can do in these divisive times is remember that we are all human beings underneath it all. No one is better than anyone else. Sadly, I can't have a sign in my yard because people (kids, I hope) in the neighborhood keep stealing it."
- Nora Brocco: "I drive past it all the time also. I think it is great!"
What do you think? Does your family or circle of friends agree politically? How do you handle the Election Conversation: tackle it head on for fun debates or avoid it altogether? Tell us in the Comments.