Beth Finkel

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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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