Government is broken. Politicians don’t seek common ground, arguing rather than creating results. But critical issues like Social Security, Medicare and prescription drug costs are all on the line. That’s why your voice matters. Let’s hold politicians accountable by voting this November.
Voters age 50-plus focused on Social Security and health care
Home care measure fails in Maine, but many other states have increased support for caregivers
Americans of all ages are looking for elected officials they can trust, survey says
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Midterms could influence whether lawmakers strengthen or weaken the program
Older Americans cast the majority of votes in contests across the country
Some politicians don't recognize the contributions it makes to America's economy and health security
AARP experts detail the issues elected officials will be grappling with in the next Congress
The midterm elections are of vital importance. Make your voice heard by going to the polls
Voters in Idaho, Nebraska and Utah approve growth, but Montana’s expanded coverage might end
A new Congress could determine which protections older workers will have with their jobs
Beware of con artists seeking political donations and personal information
From registering to why we go to the polls on a Tuesday, what do you know about voting?
In new Politico/AARP poll, majority calls for lower prescription drug and insurance costs
New lawmakers will decide whether to cut or maintain the safety-net program’s benefits
The elections also will give citizens the power to decide on voting rights and other issues
Midterm elections could determine if lawmakers act to make medicines more affordable
New AARP poll finds health care and Social Security will be deciding factors in their votes
Strong majority also concerned about the state’s opioid crisis and want the Medicaid expansion preserved, according to a Politico/AARP poll
The Republican U.S. Senate nominee and Democratic gubernatorial hopeful spoke at a 'Politico'-AARP election event
The future of these programs will be determined by the politicians we elect this fall
Florida congressional candidates talked about protecting Medicare and keeping health insurance affordable at an AARP and Politico elections event
Social Security, health care are the top issues on the minds of older Florida voters when they cast their ballots, according to a Politico/AARP poll
Easier absentee balloting, mail voting and online services offer alternatives
Politico/AARP Florida poll finds the president’s approval rating not as high for health care, drug prices
Feds and states are starting to beef up security and accuracy of voting machines
If candidates want to win, they better pay attention to the issues that matter to Americans 50-plus
AARP launched “Be the Difference. Vote,” a multifaceted campaign designed to maximize the influence of 50-plus voters in this year’s midterm elections.
Voters will be bombarded with information from different candidates. Here are different ways you can cut through the clutter and become an informed voter
Some states require a photo ID before you can cast your ballot
Ongoing primaries are leading the way to one of the most important midterm elections in decades
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