Looking for You for Our Voter Project As we cover the 2008 presidential race, you'll be hearing from candidates and analysts. Throughout the campaign we'll also check in with you — the voters. If you want to be one of our voter contacts from around the country, e-mail us.
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Looking for You for Our Voter Project

Over the next year, as we cover the 2008 presidential race, you'll be hearing from the candidates.

You'll be hearing political analysis from our Day to Day regulars — Ron Elving, John Dickerson and Juan Williams.

There will be a parade of pundits and campaign experts.And political satire from our own Brian Unger.

So what's missing from this equation?

Don't you want to hear voices of people? Real people? Like you?

Well — you will. Throughout the campaign we'll check in with voters across the country. We want to know the issues they care about, the candidates they're supporting, and how the race is affecting them. And one of those people could be you.

If you want to participate in our project, e-mail us. Click on the "Contact Us" link above. Put "Voter Project" in the subject line — and include your name, address, phone number — and a brief description of your background. No more than 200 words in all.

We are looking for people of all political stripes – Republicans, Independents, Democrats – and those who think they don't fit into any category.

If you're one of our finalists, we'll get back to you.