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Nonprofit. Nonpartisan. We're advocating for what is important to our members and giving you a voice at the local, state and federal levels. Your voice matters. We work with local organizations and town and city officials to make our communities more livable and greater places to age with dignity and purpose.
Voters 50+ are the driving force behind every election. They’re not just voting; they’re grappling with the everyday challenges that come with caring for parents, siblings and other loved ones, and protecting their hard-earned Social Security. AARP Florida is here to ensure you have all the information needed to cast your ballot this election season.
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
AARP is investing $101,920.00 in Florida communities as part of a nationwide grant program. Twelve communities across Florida are getting a boost in their work to become more livable for residents of all ages.
Join the Fight: AARP Florida Launches 'Get Amp'd UP to Keep Rates DOWN' Campaign Against Duke Energy and TECO's Rate Hike Proposals
AARP Florida is here to provide you with information on Long-Term Care in our state.
Protecting consumers is one of AARP’s founding principles. At AARP Florida, we’re providing Florida-specific fraud resources, education, and updates to help keep Floridians
Recently, AARP Florida released the 2024 Legislative Voting Record. This annual publication includes detailed information on key legislation affecting older Floridians, votes taken during committee meetings and final actions by elected officials.
View letters and testimony from AARP Minnesota to lawmakers and regulators regarding our legislative priorities below. View federal letters and testimony from AARP to lawmakers and regulators regarding health, financial and livable communities issues.
AARP FL is sponsoring free shred events at select locations around the state to help people fight back against fraud and protect them from identity theft.
The AARP report is part of an ongoing study commissioned in collaboration with Dr. Lindsay Peterson, an assistant professor at the University of South Florida (USF), Director of the Long-term Care Administration and Aging Sciences Internship Program, and Interim Director of the Florida Policy Exchange Center on Aging.

AARP has a long history of nonpartisan voter engagement. As a nonpartisan organization, we don’t support or contribute to political candidates, parties or campaigns — and never have.

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