SEP 15, 2022
All registered voters are eligible for no-excuse absentee ballots and vote from home in November's general elections.
SEP 13, 2022
Real-life caregiving stories matter. Enter for a chance to win $1,000 from AARP Ohio.
SEP 28, 2022
AARP asked Tim Ryan and J.D. Vance about health care, Social Security and other key issues.
SEP 28, 2022
50+ voters in Ohio and throughout our country will decide this election, and they're looking for candidates who will listen.
JUL 29, 2022
Join AARP Ohio's community of volunteers and donate your time and talent — in person or from home — to improve the lives of older Ohioans and their families.
JUL 18, 2022
We're Calling on State Officials to Protect Vulnerable Ohioans
MAY 26, 2022
Esther's Law allows families of residents in Ohio’s long-term care facilities to install cameras or other electronic monitoring devices in their rooms. Learn how you can protect your loved one from abuse or neglect.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Ohio for all ages to live, work and play. We hope you’ll join us!
We recently asked gubernatorial candidates what they would do, if elected, to support and advance the interests and concerns of our members, their families, and all Marylanders aged 50-plus. Here are their written responses.
AARP report shows how COVID-19 led to skyrocketing instances of financial exploitation and how financial institutions can combat its lingering effects
Aging, Consumer & Environmental Organizations Call on Governor Hochul to Sign Utility Intervenor Funding Bill into Law
Legislation Would Level Playing Field for Ratepayers in Utility Rate Cases and Other Proceedings Before the Public Service Commission.
New AARP Poll: Women Age 50 and Over Are Energized to Vote in November, but Half Are Still Weighing Their Options
Less than 40 days before the midterm elections, an overwhelming majority of women voters age 50 and over say they are certain to vote this November (94%), however half (51%) of this swing voter group say they have still not decided which candidates to support, according to a new AARP poll released today. Among these voters in a generic congressional ballot, Republican and Democrat candidates are tied.
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