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AARP AARP States Advocacy

Volunteers Encourage Voters to Talk About Issues


AARP members can make a difference in their communities on issues that affect people age 50-plus and their families.

In preparation for this year’s congressional midterm elections and visits from potential presidential candidates testing the waters for the 2016 election, AARP New Hampshire is assembling a team of volunteers who will encourage voters to discuss key issues and ask candidates to state their views. Among the topics: keeping Social Security and Medicare solvent for current and future generations and ensuring that people have the option to age in their own homes and communities.

To get involved, email

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