ALBANY, N.Y.— AARP New York is calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to ensure every registered New York voter receives an absentee ballot application, along with a pre-addressed, postage paid return envelope, as part of an effort to allow all voters to make their voices heard safely in the November 3 general election.
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AARP New York is the proud sponsor of the next installment of the state legislative forums that are hosted by City & State. The purpose is to hear state lawmakers from across the state outline their legislative and policy priorities for the remainder of the year, working through and around the pandemic, political uncertainty, and more. Specific topics include: Nursing Homes, Long Term Care, and family caregiving; Prescription Drug Affordability; Food Access; Financial Security; and Social Isolation.
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