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The US election kicks off for real in January, with primaries and caucuses in several states to decide who will run for the presidency in 2008.

Voters Views

So will it be Clinton or Obama? Giuliani or McCain? What will determine the outcome of the election?

Are personalities most important, or issues such as the economy, healthcare, immigration, Iraq or Iran?

We're looking for Americans to help answer that question, from New Hampshire and all the states taking part in 'Super Duper Tuesday'.

This is your chance to write for the BBC with your views.

Tell us why this election matters to you, who you'll be voting for, what you think of the other candidates and which issues you care about the most.

What should the next president's priorities be?

If you'd like to participate, write to us using the form below. Tell us a bit about yourself and why you would like to be involved.

And if you're not in one of the Super Duper Tuesday states, we still want to hear from you, as we will assemble a larger voter panel as the campaign progresses. So write to us anyway.

Thank you for your comments. We are no longer looking for contributors.

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