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The AARP You’ve Earned a Say Bus Tour is Coming to Maine!

AARP is taking the debate about the future of Medicare and Social Security out from behind closed doors in Washington and bringing it to you with our You’ve Earned a Say tour.

Make your voice heard at the You’ve Earned a Say tour stop where you can learn more about Medicare and Social Security proposals on the table in Washington. The tour stop will feature an interactive experience where you can take quizzes, play games, create a video, win prizes and tell Washington how you think the programs should be strengthened.

Please join us in:

Thursday, October 4th
Noon -6:00 p.m.
USM – The Wishcamper Center
Bedford Street, Portland
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Friday, October 5th
Noon – 6:00 PM
Bangor Mall (outside Macy’s)
663 Stillwater Avenue, Bangor
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Saturday, October 6th
10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P. M.
Waterfront Park
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You deserve to know what changes politicians are putting on the table, so you can speak out about how they would affect you and your family.  Your voice matters, because Social Security and Medicare are the foundation of income and health security in retirement for most Americans.

Here in Maine more than a third of Social Security beneficiaries rely on their monthly checks for one hundred percent of their income. With even a slight reduction in their benefit, these older Mainers could be making choices no one should have to make. They should not be deciding between buying food or keeping up with their living expenses. The 267,000 Medicare beneficiaries in Maine need Medicare to help them afford health care, including guaranteed coverage for doctors, hospitals and prescription drugs.

The protection of both of these programs has never been more important.  

Please stop by for the You’ve Earned a Say bus tour!  We look forward to meeting you!

To volunteer in You’ve Earned a Say activities in Maine, send us an email at, call us at 1-866-554-5380, or visit us on Facebook.

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