As a general rule, following the crowd will get you into trouble. There is even a biblical principle involved. In the NKJV Exodus 23:2 tells us:
You shall not follow a crowd to do evil.
The context is the common tendency to favor one group over another, in this case favoring the poor over the rich or the rich over the poor in a lawsuit. However this is also a good general principle.
So if, by your own words, you are doing something evil, you are violating this scripture. What is the evil, popular activity I am referencing?
"I will just hold my nose and vote for the lesser of the two evils."
Do not follow the crowd, do not do this. If you have to vote, vote for some candidate that can't win. No, wait, that won't work, as Donald Trump can't win and I am not saying you should vote for him! I have regretted not voting for Roseanne Barr of the Peace and Freedom Party last presidential election. Her platform of bringing back the guillotine for bankers was at least interesting.
No, friends don't let friends vote. Nor do friends let friends drive drunk. So if you have to vote do so under the influence and call a taxi. In this election especially, voting drunk is the only way one can do it.