Voters

Vote USA
As voters prepare to go to the polls in November, the AARP Kentucky state office has released its 2019 video voter guide.
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60 Seconds With the Candidates: Kentucky Governor — AARP Kentucky
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Voting in the mid-term elections is easy for some people – just a quick walk around the corner or a short drive to the polling station. But for others, it may seem impossible.
Be the Difference
Our partnership with Kentucky Retired Teacher's Association (KRTA) began in 2001 when the AARP Kentucky state office opened – and it’s stronger than ever today. KRTA and AARP have developed and enjoyed a trusted relationship based on our shared purpose.
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Second Out-of-State PAC Launches Political Attack Ad in Kentucky Congressional District
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AARP Kentucky is cosponsoring a free forum featuring Lexington’s mayoral candidates on Tuesday, Oct. 2.
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AARP Kentucky is returning to the Kentucky State Fair, although in a smaller capacity. This year, AARP will share a booth with KIPDA, the Area Agency on Aging.
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Partisan Super PAC Launches Political Ad in Kentucky Congressional District
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AARP Kentucky is encouraging members to vote in the primary elections on Tuesday, May 22, and reminding them to carry identification, in case it is needed. Kentucky law requires poll workers to identify voters either by personal acquaintance or with a document such as a driver’s license, Social Security card, credit card or other form of identification.
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The state is facing budget cuts, and AARP is fighting to keep the burden from falling on Kentucky’s most vulnerable citizens.
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