As Philadelphia prepares to elect a new mayor, AARP is reaching out to candidates for their views on affordable housing, safe streets and other issues vital to voters 50 and older.
Mail-in voting is an option for any registered voter in Pennsylvania, and you can vote early and in person at your county board of elections office.
Fetterman and Oz Neck and Neck for U.S. Senate, Shapiro Leads Mastriano for Governor, Exclusive AARP Poll Finds
John Fetterman leads Mehmet Oz by 2 percentage points, while Josh Shapiro leads Doug Mastriano by 11 points.
AARP asked John Fetterman and Mehmet Oz about health care, Social Security and other key issues.
AARP research shows that Pennsylvania voters and small business owners support the creation of Keystone Saves, a retirement savings program for workers who do not have access to one through their employer.
Pennsylvania Voters Headed to Polls Concerned About Social Security & Medicare, Prescription Drug Costs & Long-Term Care
A new survey from AARP Pennsylvania reveals that voters, and especially Pennsylvanians age 50 and older, consider issues like Social Security, Medicare, the cost of prescription drugs, and long-term care for seniors top of mind going into the 2022 Mid-Term Elections.
A new survey from AARP Pennsylvania reveals that the priorities and concerns of women voters age 50 and older will influence the outcome of the 2022 midterm elections. Women 50-plus make up a significant share of the 2022 electorate in Pennsylvania. They account for one-third (32%) of likely voters overall, and more than half (53%) of likely voters 50-plus.
New AARP Pennsylvania Poll: Black Voters Say Inflation is Most Important to Them in the Race for Governor
A new survey from AARP Pennsylvania shows candidates for Governor and U.S. Senate should pay close attention to the concerns of Black Pennsylvanians age 50 and over, with issues such as inflation and rising prices, gun control/gun rights, and voting rights top of voters’ minds.
Today, AARP Pennsylvania released key findings from their 2022 election survey that shows candidates for Governor and U.S. Senate should pay close attention to Pennsylvanians over 50 heading into the summer campaign season, with issues like inflation, jobs and the economy, and Social Security on 50+ voters’ minds.
With November 3rd fast approaching, and Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes still up for grabs, AARP Pennsylvania recently hosted a non-partisan online forum with 17 women from suburban Philadelphia to learn how that key demographic is approaching the 2020 election.
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