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The US is gearing up for one of the most important presidential elections in the country’s history.

On November 5, Joe Biden will face the presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in a presidential election that will have global ramifications.

The US is the world’s pre-eminent superpower and the winner of this year’s White House race will influence everything from Nato’s future and the security of Europe to global trade and the effort to halt damaging climate change.

Given how many people will be affected by the results, the Financial Times wants to hear from you.

How do you think the 2024 US presidential election will affect you and your country? Do you feel more optimistic or pessimistic about this election than past campaigns? Can you tell us why? How close are you following the race? Is the US moving in the right or wrong direction?

To answer these questions, please click on the link below and record your message. You just need to press record and allow access to your microphone.

Click here to send us a voice note.

We may feature your reply in a future story.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Fernanda Braune Brackenrich, US Editor, Audience Engagement; Lucy Warwick-Ching, Community Editor; and Charlotte Seager, Head of Audience Engagement

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