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The AARP Bulletin

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Outstanding volunteer For someone so devoted to giving, Mary Zarybnisky has no knack for gift wrapping.
With the primary election coming up on Tuesday, May 14, AARP West Virginia is urging residents to visit the secretary of state’s website ( to check their registration status and find other election resources.
AARP New Hampshire is offering discounted tickets for four upcoming performances at Manchester’s Palace Theatre:
In the 2024 legislative session, AARP Maryland will press lawmakers for action on measures to support family caregivers, lower prescription drug costs, prevent fraud and other issues.
When Paul Armstrong, 64, first became an AARP advocacy volunteer nearly a decade ago, he was shocked that members of the public could be in the state Senate chamber “right on the floor” during the proceedings.
AARP Oklahoma needs volunteers to educate state lawmakers about issues important to older residents.
South Dakota’s primary is Tuesday, June 4, and AARP wants to ensure voters are aware of key information.
More than half of private-sector workers in Georgia — about 2.1 million people — don’t have a workplace retirement savings plan. And more than half of respondents in a recent poll are very or somewhat anxious about having enough money for retirement.
AARP Florida is warning people about election-related fraud targeting older voters, including requests for donations to fictitious political action committees and soliciting sensitive information during fake voter registration efforts.
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