— Election Day is November 7th – Be sure to vote! You deserve to know where the Atlanta Mayoral candidates stand on issues that are important to our great city, like housing, transportation and economic development. AARP is committed to ensuring you get the information you need before heading to the polls on Election Day. The Georgia Voter Coalition will host a Mayoral Candidate Forum for the top candidates in the Atlanta mayoral race on Wednesday, October 11th.  The Coalition consists …

— AARP Georgia is committed to ensuring that voters have the information they need to make informed decisions on Election Day. With Congress considering legislation that could significantly affect healthcare access for its members, AARP Georgia will sponsor the digital debate coverage and post-debate analysis of the June 6th Congressional District debate between Karen Handel (R) and Jon Ossoff (D) on Channel 2 WSB-TV. “The nation’s eyes are on Georgia’s 6th District, and voters deserve to know where the candidates stand …

— By Ann Hardie In the Nov. 8 election for U.S. Senate, voters will choose between someone they have known a long time and someone they are still getting to know. Republican incumbent Johnny Isakson, 71, first elected to the Senate in 2004, is running for a third term. Before that, he served three terms in the U.S. House and 17 years in the General Assembly. Democrat Jim Barksdale, 63, has never held political office and is running as an antiestablishment …

— Social Security is becoming even more important in Georgia and throughout the country. Over 1.6 million Georgians receive Social Security benefits and these benefits serve as the only source of income for one in three Georgians age 65 and older. If our leaders don’t act, future retirees could lose up to $10,000 a year. That is why AARP has been asking the Presidential candidates and elected officials to Take a Stand and share their plans to make Social Security financially …