There are generational gaps at play in Seattle politics, including the crucial City Council races heating up ahead of the November general election. How you experience the city can depend on your age and related circumstances.

Maybe you’re a millennial Seattle voter who argues with your Seattle voter parent about the state of the city, or you’re a baby boomer who argues with your child. Maybe you see eye to eye, or you wish you discussed those issues more. Maybe you’re a member of Generation X who talks about Seattle politics with a younger or older friend.

If that sounds like you, let us know below. The Seattle Times wants to interview intergenerational pairs of relatives, co-workers or acquaintances who live and vote in Seattle.