As the largest representative of older voters in the state, it can be tempting to imply that AARP supports a particular party or candidate. AARP has a proud history of non-partisan voter engagement, providing voters with information on where the candidates stand on issues important to our members and their families, so they can make their own decisions on Election Day.
At the AARP sponsored domino tournament at the Puerto Rican Festival in Charlotte, Associate State Director for Hispanic Outreach Leo Scarpati said, "When it comes to your financial security, don't leave it up to a game of chance."
This week AARP North Carolina President Bob Palombo and State Director Doug Dickerson are in Washington, DC, advocating on behalf of AARP members and all older Americans on the crucial issues of family caregiving and Social Security.
AARP CAROLINA DEL NORTE EXHORTA A TODOS LOS CANDIDATOS A CARGOS FEDERALES A QUE "TOMEN UNA POSICIÓN" SOBRE EL FUTURO DEL SEGURO SOCIAL
RALEIGH— En el día de hoy, AARP Carolina del Norte lanzó su campaña de responsabilidad eleccionaria 2016, bajo el lema Take a Stand (Tomen una posición ), la cual requiere que los candidatos presidenciales y a puestos en el Congreso indiquen con claridad sus planes para actualizar el Seguro Social.
When voters show up at the polls in some of North Carolinas larger cities, they may notice a campaign sign that looks a lot different than those of the candidates. AARP’s “Take a Stand” volunteers are fanning out across the state pressing candidates from both parties to lay out their plans to keep Social Security financially sound for future generations.
AARP North Carolina launched its’ 2016 election accountability campaign called Take a Stand demanding on behalf of all voters that the Presidential and Congressional candidates clearly state their plans to update Social Security.
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