You tell us: How does the presidential race affect your life?

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Helena Oliviero call out for voters

If the presidential race is a source of stress at home, office, in your neighborhood, you are far from alone.

Ninety percent of Americans talk about the presidential race often with friends or family, a survey by ABC News, along with SSRS, a survey research firm, shows.

And nearly 40 percent of Americans have experienced tension with friends or family over the 2016 presidential race, according to the survey.

We at The AJC want to know how the 2016 election is affecting your life. Has the election created divisions at home, school or work? Forced you to unfriend loved ones because of their rants about politics? Or have you been inspired to plant a campaign sign in your yard for the first time? We want to show how Georgians are experiencing this extraordinary election year.

Let us know. E-mail us at