Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a slight lead over President Donald Trump among Wisconsin’s likely voters over the age of 50.
AARP Wisconsin is seeking nominations for its 2019 AARP State Andrus Award for Community Service, which honors those individuals who are sharing their experience, talent, and skills to enrich the lives in their communities.
Regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or income, we can all agree that improvements to our communities benefit everyone. And we all want the same things: safe, accessible and affordable places to live for you and your family, access to the shops, businesses and community services that you interact with every day, and to live near friends, family and people you can rely on.
Two elections are coming up in Wisconsin this year – a primary election on Tuesday, August 14 th and a general election on Tuesday, November 6 th. AARP WI recognizes that there are many issues important to Wisconsinites on the line, and we want you to be prepared to vote. We are educating and mobilizing voters across Wisconsin for what is sure to be a critical election. Check out some great resources on state and federal issues below, mark your calendars for the August and November elections, and be sure to be the difference and vote.
Remember the good old days of fun at summer camp as a kid. Well, AARP Wisconsin and YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee are turning back the clock for anyone age 50-plus to join them for a day camp experience they won’t soon forget.
Connect with AARP Wisconsin staff, volunteers and other members for a special discounted performance of “Les Miserables” on Wednesday, March 28, at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts, 929 North Water St., Milwaukee.
AARP Wisconsin supports a pending bill in the Wisconsin State Legislature, called the Caregiver Tax Credit. The bill would create an income tax credit that reimburses family caregivers for 50% of their annual caregiving costs up to $1,000.
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