AARP Georgia State President Lee Baker along with State Director Debra Tyler-Horton and Advocacy Director, Melissa Sinden visited this week with Senator David Perdue’s office. Lee discussed how AARP is fighting for the interests of older Georgians.
Here in Georgia, we’re fighting alongside volunteers to protect our hard-earned benefits. These volunteers are meeting with their elected officials, collecting signed petitions and launching letter-writing campaigns to communicate—in no uncertain terms—our support for keeping Medicare safe and strong. We’ll be collecting stories from AARP members in our state to share with Congress to show them how important this program is to them and their families. To join the fight, sign our petition to tell congress to protect Medicare.
Pictured L-R: AARP Georgia Advocacy Director Melissa Sinden, AARP Georgia State Director Debra Tyler-Horton, and AARP Georgia State President Lee Baker.