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RALEIGH -- To help the state’s most active voters make informed decisions on Election Day, AARP North Carolina made available the first of a three-part video voters’ guide with Governor Pat McCrory and Attorney General Roy Cooper.
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If you haven't already cast your vote in the 2014 elections, be sure to check out the AARP Voter's Guide to find out where Kansas candidates stand on issues that are important to those 50 and older.  The topics to which candidates were asked to provide a response include Caregiving, Medicare, Social Security and Financial Security. You can print or email the information to use as a reference when you vote.
AARP maintains a proud 28-year history of non-partisan voter engagement, providing voters with information on where the candidates stand on issues important to our members and their families, so they can make their own decisions on Election Day.
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Virginia voters have a full slate of elections to decide next month, and AARP has compiled the candidates’ positions on issues important to older voters.
It's Election Day across the Bay State: time to vote to fill the seat for United States Senate.   Polls are open from 7 am until 8 pm.
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