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We need your help for the 2023 legislative session! AARP Maine trains all new volunteers to make sure they become successful and engaged members of the team.
With the June 14 state primaries just around the corner and the general election not far behind, AARP Maine is working to make sure residents across the state know where candidates stand on important issues. Volunteer advocates are an essential part of these nonpartisan efforts.
AARP Maine is gearing up for the 2022 legislative session and needs your help. The office is looking for advocates who are willing to take an active role in their community and speak up on behalf of Maine residents 50-plus and their families.
You have a lifetime of experience to offer. Why not share your talents right here in Maine? Through outreach, advocacy and service, AARP volunteers and staff work together to enhance the quality of life for Mainers of all ages.
AARP Maine wants voters to know where candidates stand on issues affecting Mainers 50-plus, like prescription drug costs, Social Security and Medicare.
When Congress takes a break and legislators return home, it’s a good time to get their ear. AARP Maine is recruiting volunteers to meet with the state’s congressional delegation during recess periods.
AARP Maine is hosting community conversations to address the high cost of prescription drugs.
From Lori Parham, AARP Maine State Director
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