Has the presidential election divided your family and friends? Let us know.

A couple watches the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton through windows in Times Square in New York, Sept. 26, 2016. As the run for president veered to Donald J. Trump’s treatment of women, and whether Bill Clinton’s was worse, Americans collectively shook their heads. (George Etheredge/The New York Times)

A couple watches the first debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton through windows in Times Square in New York, Sept. 26, 2016. (George Etheredge/The New York Times)

It’s been a heated election season, and the Austin American-Statesman would like to hear stories from Central Texans who think the presidential elections have put a strain on their friendships, marriages or other relationships.

If your relatives and friends are divided over Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, let us know how you’ve been navigating the tricky situation.

Send an email to reporter Nancy Flores at nflores@statesman.com. We’ll be writing a story about how Central Texans are coping with a divisive election season in an upcoming issue. Please send emails now through Oct. 21.

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