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AARP and WBZ Talk the Vote

Join WBZ and AARP for Talk the Vote, a weekly series hosted by WBZ’s Dan Rea and broadcast live on WBZ NewsRadio. Leading up to Election Day, the events will feature a panel of political experts who will focus on where the candidates really stand on crucial issues, including Medicare and Social Security. They will also answer questions from the audience.

See Also: Why Your Vote Matters in 2012

WBZ & AARP Talk the Vote Series
Live on NightSide with Dan Rea, 8-10 p.m.

Oct. 24 - location is now determined!
Springfield College
263 Alden Street, Springfield
Nov. 1
Franklin Pierce University
40 University Drive, Rindge NH
Nov. 5
Curry College
1071 Blue Hill Avenue, Milton

These events are free, but registration is required. To learn more and reserve your spot, please email or call 1-866-448-3621.

Can’t attend an event, but want to listen to the show?

  • Radio: Tune to 1030 on the AM dial
  • Web: Go to WBZ News Radio online, and click the “Listen Live” button on the right side of the page.
  • Twitter: Search #wbzvote and be sure to follow @AARPMA – we’ll be live tweeting each event.

Whether you attend an event in person, listen in, or follow on Twitter – you can ask a question. Call 617-254-1030 or 1-888-WBZ-1030. Or, send your question using the hashtag #wbzvote.

Get the facts before you vote

Election Day is just weeks away, and the campaign rhetoric is heating up. So far, here in Massachusetts, Medicare and Social Security have not been a part of the conversation. Yet, the majority of voters age 50+ say that getting more specifics about candidates’ plans on Social Security and Medicare will help determine their vote on Election Day.”

You’ve earned the right to know about the candidates’ positions on Medicare and Social Security, and how any changes they propose may affect you and your family. Visit to read voters’ guides for your district, as well as for President and U.S. Senate.

Join the conversation with other Bay Staters online at the AARP Massachusetts Facebook and Twitter pages.

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