The New York City Public Advocate special election is on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. AARP NY met with the candidates to get their take on important issues that affect New Yorkers including people age 50 and over.
Election Day is November 6. Do you know where your candidates stand on the issues important to you, like caregiving, transportation and economic security? Get to know your candidates for the New York State Senate District 43.
Election Day is November 6. Do you know where your candidates stand on the issues important to you, like caregiving, transportation and economic security? Get to know your candidates for the New York State Senate District 42.
AARP-Commissioned Surveys Show 19th and 22nd District 50+ Voters United in Concern Over Health Care Costs, Social Security, Medicare
AARP NY: We Don’t Endorse Candidates, Have a PAC or Make Contributions to Political Campaigns or Candidates
NEW YORK, N.Y. – In response to a series of ads released in New York by the House Majority PAC and House candidates, AARP New York reaffirms that it does not endorse candidates, does not have a political action committee (PAC) of its own and does not make contributions to political campaigns or candidates.
The campaign season is heating up, with races underway for governor and all 213 seats in the New York State Legislature. The AARP state office is urging members to attend public forums and debates and ask the candidates about two key issues—a proposed tax credit for family caregivers and state funding to help more New Yorkers age at home.
Welcome to our voters’ guide for the 2017 New York City mayoral race. Joining us to give their views on issues of interest to voters 50-plus are Sal Albanese, the Reform candidate, Mayor Bill de Blasio, the Democratic candidate, Bo Dietl, Independent candidate and Nicole Malliotakis, the Republican candidate.
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