Voters

Voters voting in polling place
AARP Michigan believes any election reform legislation should protect and enhance access to voting and ensure safety for voters 50 and older and others who participate in the process.
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"All Americans should be able to exercise their right to vote freely, easily, and safely," says Paula D. Cunningham, AARP Michigan State Director.
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The congressional candidates share their plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more
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The congressional candidates share their plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more
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Now any voter can get a mail-in ballot and safely cast a vote from home
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The U.S. Senate candidates share their plans for protecting Social Security and Medicare, lowering drug prices and more
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Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Attorney General Dana Nessel join AARP Michigan for a telephone town hall and a televised interview. Voters should feel confident that the election will be safe and the results accurate, they said.
among fifty plus michigan voters fifty four percent support biden and forty percent support trump for president
Almost all are worried the country is becoming more divided
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All eligible adults can now use an absentee ballot with no excuse necessary, after voters approved a constitutional amendment in 2018. They can also register to vote up through Election Day.
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Virtual program scheduled for Sept. 17 will include celebrity panelists and experts, with the goal of building a strong policy agenda for African American women 50 and older. Everyone is invited to this free event.
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