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Watch Let's Talk About Social Security (originally recorded 10.21.20)
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In this year's New Hampshire Senate race, incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen is facing challenger Republican Bryant "Corky" Messner. To understand how they plan to protect Social Security and Medicare, stimulate the economy, lower prescription drug prices and ensure that Americans have access to affordable long-term care, AARP New Hampshire asked each candidate to answer five key questions in 60-second videos. Here are their responses, with transcripts:
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In this year's New Hampshire Congressional District 2 race, incumbent Democrat Ann McLane Kuster is facing challenger Republican Steve Negron. To understand how they plan to protect Social Security and Medicare, stimulate the economy, lower prescription drug prices and ensure that Americans have access to affordable long-term care, AARP New Hampshire asked each candidate to answer five key questions in 60-second videos. Here are their responses, with transcripts:
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In this year's New Hampshire Gubernatorial race, incumbent Republican Chris Sununu is facing challenger Democrat Dan Feltes. To understand how they plan to create a workplace for all ages, create livable communities, and expand home- and community-based healthcare. AARP New Hampshire asked each candidate to answer four key questions in 60-second videos. Here are their responses, with transcripts:
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Welcome to AARP New Hampshire’s 2020 Video Voters Guides!
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In this year's New Hampshire Congressional District 1 race, incumbent Democrat Chris Pappas is facing challenger Republican Matt Mowers. To understand how they plan to protect Social Security and Medicare, stimulate the economy, lower prescription drug prices and ensure that Americans have access to affordable long-term care, AARP New Hampshire asked each candidate to answer five key questions in 60-second videos. Here are their responses, with transcripts:
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Watch the video from the webinar now by clicking here.
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Social Security has remained strong over its 85-year history largely because of its dedicated funding, vigorous support from the American people and the commitment of elected officials to work together to make the changes needed to secure its financial future.  What’s in store – and what’s at stake - for this vital American program now as we drawer closer to Election Day 2020? 
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AARP NH and the NH Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College Team Up for a Day of Personal Positivity & Patriotic Pride
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Are you wondering what you need to do to navigate the NH State Primary on September 8 and the General Election on November 3 by absentee ballot? If you are, you aren’t alone!
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