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AARP Pennsylvania

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AARP Pennsylvania recently released key findings from its first 2024 election survey that shows candidates should pay close attention to Pennsylvanians age 50 and older. The survey also revealed that the priorities and concerns of Pennsylvania women voters 50 and older will likely influence the outcome of the 2024 election and could be the difference in this election.
Today, AARP Pennsylvania released a 2024 statewide election survey that shows candidates for President, U.S. Senate, and state races should pay close attention to Pennsylvanians ages 50 and older. Eighty-percent of voters ages 50+ report that candidates’ positions on Social Security are important in deciding whom to vote for in November, followed by Medicare (73%), helping people stay in their homes as they age (69%), and the cost of prescription drugs (67%).
With the 2024 general election six months away, a new AARP poll shows that Pennsylvania voters 50 and older are concerned about having the financial resources needed to live securely. From losing money or property to scams and fraud to being concerned about their personal financial situation, voters 50+ are worried about their financial futures.
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Harrisburg, PA – Today, AARP Pennsylvania recognized the Commonwealth’s Attorney General Michelle Henry as a Community Fraud Fighter of distinction. This distinction honors the dedication of individuals who are actively working to combat the scourge of scams and fraud targeting Pennsylvanians of all ages.
AARP PA delivered more than 5,000 petition signatures to the Pennsylvania Utility Commission urging a halt to the proposed water rate increase for Pennsylvania American Water customers.
With the arrival of travel season, AARP Pennsylvania reminds travelers to remain vigilant against scams that could turn dream vacations into disappointing ordeals. Travelers looking forward to relaxing and exploring new destinations should be cautious of too-good-to-be-true deals on vacation rentals and car hires.
Homeowners and renters in Pennsylvania have until Tuesday, December 31, to apply for a 2023 property tax rebate.
William “Rick” Collins was volunteering for a political candidate when he met AARP Pennsylvania’s Yocasta Lora, assistant state director representing Philadelphia, and several volunteers. Shortly after that meeting, Rick became an AARP volunteer.
AARP Lehigh Valley received the prestigious Patriot of the Year Award from Lehigh Valley Military Affairs Council during their 21st Annual Salute to the Troops Dinner at DeSales University on May 10, 2024.
AARP Pennsylvania’s first 2024 election survey shows that candidates should pay close attention to Pennsylvanian voters ages 50 and older, and highlights the priorities and concerns of Black voters ages 50 and older that will likely influence the outcome of the 2024 elections. Seventy-nine percent of Black voters in Pennsylvania are extremely motivated to vote this year.
Former President Donald Trump is leading current President Joe Biden among Pennsylvania voters, according to an exclusive AARP survey.
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and voting options in Pennsylvania, such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
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