As voters head to the polls on Election Day, many acknowledge the strong negative feelings they have about the campaigns. Some are frustrated with the tenor of the political rhetoric. Others feel forced to vote for the â??lesser of two evilsâ? or say they question whether they can in good conscience vote for any presidential candidate. Correspondent Kim Lawton reports on the divisions and conflicts felt by some voters this year, and she talks to religious leaders about the guidance and insights various spiritual traditions might offer.