AARP Indiana asked Gary Mayoral Candidates about Housing, Services & Support for Older Adults, and Transportation
Only some voters are allowed to vote absentee-by-mail, while any voter can cast their ballot during early voting.
AARP is proud of a decades-long effort to encourage people to vote, and AARP Indiana is celebrating our civic duty by teaming up with some of our state’s largest transit agencies to offer free fares to encourage getting to the polls on November 8.
Senate Candidates Thomas McDermott Jr., Todd Young Talk Social Security, Prescription Drug Prices and More
AARP Indiana asked Senate candidates Thomas McDermott Jr. and Todd Young where they stand on issues vital to older voters.
Cost of living and long-term care needs are top of mind for Indiana voters 50 and older as the Nov. 8 election nears.
The congressional candidates share their plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more
This week, the Indiana Citizen Education Foundation (ICEF) announced a partnership with AARP Indiana, enlisting the organization and its more than 820,000 members in its ongoing efforts to improve the civic health of Hoosiers and move Indiana from the bottom to the top of states as measured by voter turnout.
A new, nonpartisan online resource compiles election information on all the candidate positions.
In preparation for this year’s local elections, AARP Indiana hosted the Indianapolis candidates for mayor, Mayor Joe Hogsett and State Senator Jim Merritt, for “60 Minutes with the Candidates.”
While next year’s presidential election is garnering more and more attention, it’s important to remember that here in Marion County, there’s a critical election coming this year.
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