Elected leaders are important resources in a community. These individuals hold a great deal of responsibility for the health, welfare and prosperity of their community. Their leadership and foresight are critical toward the success or failure of all of us. Voters, on the other hand have a responsibility and a duty to learn as much as they can about the individuals who have come forward to serve the community. Only by getting familiar with each candidate can the voters truly feel they will be making the best possible selection for their community leaders.
With the primary election now in the rear view mirror, voters across Wisconsin will soon be bombarded with all kinds of promises from candidates seeking your vote on Nov. 4.
With Election Day just weeks away on November 4, AARP Utah has published nonpartisan voters' guides on where candidates stand on critical issues such as caregiving, Social Security, Medicare, and financial security. These guides are available for anyone to view at www.aarp.org/yourvote.
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