In the upcoming General Election, Virginians will vote for President, U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. Whether you are voting early in person, voting absentee, or voting on Election Day, there are five questions your candidates should answer before you cast your ballot:
In 2019 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) received nearly 125,000 reports of scams involving prizes, sweepstakes and lotteries that cost victims $121 million.
At AARP Virginia, we’ve come up with a fun way to keep track of where the candidates stand on issues important to voters 50 and older: Debate Watch Bingo! Play at home with your family or compete with friends and family elsewhere.
Nearly half of US adults say they are trying to lose weight, and with many people worried about weight gain while stuck at home during the pandemic, that number may very well rise.
Dr. Daniel Gade and U.S. Senator Mark Warner will face off on Tuesday, October 13 at The People’s Debate, which will be offered to television stations statewide as well as live-streamed.
AARP Awards Four Virginia Organizations with Community Grants as Part of Record-Breaking Nationwide Program
Four Virginia organizations will receive 2020 Community Challenge grants – part of the largest number of grantees to date with more than $2.4 million awarded among 184 organizations nationwide.
On Social Security’s 85th Anniversary, Survey Finds Nearly All Americans View Social Security as an Important Program
A new AARP survey, released in conjunction with Social Security’s 85th anniversary, confirms that Americans highly value Social Security, and even more so due to the pandemic.
RICHMOND _ AARP Virginia has invited Dr. Daniel Gade and U.S. Senator Mark Warner to face off on Tuesday, October 13 at The People’s Debate, which will be offered to television stations statewide as well as live-streamed.
RICHMOND —Governor Ralph Northam used his veto power today to stop three health care measures that would have had a calamitous impact on older and sicker Virginians, a legislative victory for health care consumers in the Commonwealth.
AARP Virginia is looking for a leader to serve as its volunteer State President. In addition to chairing the Executive Council, the State President is the chief volunteer spokesperson and frequently represents AARP Virginia at functions across the state. The State President is also a key partner and counsel to the State Director. We’re looking for someone who truly cares about AARP’s mission, understands and can communicate the Association’s policy positions, and gets inspired by the phenomenal work done by AARP volunteers across Virginia. The full position description can be downloaded as a PDF: State President Position Description.
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