By Diana Lamirand
Indiana Senate Head to Head
According to a recent AARP Poll of older Hoosiers, the race for U.S. Senate in Indiana continues to be a close one.
AARP Indiana recently conducted two separate tele-town halls with both major party candidates for U.S. Senate. Senator Joe Donnelly participated on September 10, and Mike Braun participated on September 12. The forums were a part of AARP’s “Be the Difference. Vote” campaign.
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At AARP, we have a proud 32-year history of non-partisan voter engagement, providing voters with information on where the candidates stand on issues important to our members and their families, so they can make their own decisions on Election Day.
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This year all Indiana congressional seats, along with a U.S. Senate seat, are on the ballot. All 100 seats in the state House of Representatives and 25 Senate seats are up for election. The voter registration deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 9. Absentee-in-person voting is available beginning Wednesday, Oct. 10, at county election board offices.
AARP hosted I ndiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson on the evening of July 18 th for a telephone town hall to discuss the upcoming election in November. Callers from across the state asked questions ranging from how to request an absentee ballot to what Indiana is doing to protect the security of Hoosiers’ votes.
As Hoosiers go to the polls on Nov. 8th, AARP Indiana is committed to helping you get the facts you need to choose candidates who reflect your values. We are non-partisan -- we don’t support or oppose any political candidates or contribute any money to campaigns or political action committees. Our priority is ensuring you know where the candidates stand before you cast your vote.
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