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Where Do Candidates Stand? Here's Help


On Nov. 4, Ohio voters will decide who will represent them in the U.S. House of Representatives. Each of the state’s 16 congressional districts is up for election.

To help Ohioans make informed decisions at the polls, AARP has prepared a voters guide showing candidates’ public statements on issues such as Social Security, Medicare and saving for retirement. The candidates’ positions are presented side by side, giving voters an easy way to compare their views.

AARP does not endorse candidates or favor political parties, but is interested in informing voters where candidates stand on issues affecting Americans age 50-plus. To read the AARP Ohio voters guide, go to

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