US readers: would you like to talk to someone with a different political view?

<span>Photograph: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images

Where do you stand on healthcare, policing, or stricter gun control? Have you ever wanted to try and persuade someone with a different view?

Dining across the divide is a regular Guardian column, where we send two people who have opposing political views out for dinner. The aim is to find out whether meeting in person over a meal can bridge divides.

So far we’ve only organised dinner dates within the UK, but now we’re putting together a special American edition of the series. We’re interested in hearing from adults from every part of the US, who are open to meeting and discussing opposing views with another reader.

Take part

If you’re 18 years or over, and you’re interested in taking part, or finding out more about the project, please fill in the form below. Your responses are secure as the form is encrypted and only the Guardian has access to your contributions. One of our journalists will be in contact if we plan to follow up with you, so please do leave contact details.

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