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Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as absentee or early voting, or voting with a disability.
Ahead of pivotal November elections, AARP South Carolina is working with local media to understand how candidates will address issues affecting older residents.
I've received numerous calls and emails about a campaign ad with the AARP logo. I thought I would set the record straight.
(Sept. 29, 2020) Here’s an important election update from the SC Election Commission for individuals who are residents of long-term care facilities or nursing homes and their caregivers and family members.
South Carolinians go to the polls this month to vote in primary elections for governor, lieutenant governor and other statewide offices. Do you know where the gubernatorial hopefuls stand on issues important to people 50 and older?
It’s been 55 years since Martin Luther King Jr. gave his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech, changing the course of civil rights in America. AARP South Carolina invites members to celebrate the MLK holiday weekend, Jan. 12-15, in Myrtle Beach.
Today, AARP South Carolina cancelled its previously announced 5th congressional district candidate forum set for Monday, June 12, 2017 at Winthrop University. The live event was to be broadcast live on WRHI radio. Unfortunately, AARP was informed by Ralph Norman’s campaign that he was unable to make the event. According to AARP’s previously-established qualification criteria, only one remaining candidate, Archie Parnell, was eligible for participation. Rather than host a single-candidate forum in contravention of its non-partisan approach to voter education, AARP elected to cancel the event.
by Lynn Shuler Teague, VP for Issues and Action, League of Women Voters of South Carolina
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