eighty percent of women voters over 50 say they will vote in the new hampshire primary
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New AARP Poll Finds 95% of Older Women Will Vote in 2020, 7 in 10 Haven’t Made Up Their Mind
Rx Drug Prices are Skyrocketing
It’s well known that prescription drug prices are skyrocketing in America. Price increases for brand-name drugs have far exceeded the rate of inflation since at least 2006, according to AARP’s Rx Price Watch report.
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The following is an op-ed by AARP New Hampshire State Director Todd Fahey surrounding the skyrocketing cost of prescriptions drugs.
Behind closed doors, the drug companies are lobbying members of Congress to help boost their profits and stick seniors with higher drug costs.  Dick Chevrefils, AARP's Regional Volunteer Director for the East Region, thinks Congress needs to keep fighting for lower drug prices.  Here's what Chevrefils has to say:
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Statement from Todd Fahey, AARP NH State Director on use of AARP's name in political campaign ads:
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.
Elections 2018 #2
In the 2016 Presidential election, 382,606 Granite Staters  over 50+ voted.   In the 2014 mid-term election, 337,472 turned out.  Meet the state’s largest and most reliable voting bloc.  Just over 500,000 people over 50 years old call New Hampshire home, some 230,000 of whom we are honored to call AARP members.  It’s time for this bloc, like prior generations, to begin repairing broken government at the voting booth.
Prescription medicine and money
Congress did a good thing earlier this year when it passed a law that helps millions of seniors save money on prescription drugs. But now lobbyists for big drug companies are working overtime to persuade lawmakers to renege on the deal.
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