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AARP Voters’ Guides Are Here!

Posted on 09/27/2012 by | All the news that matters for Illinoisans over 50. | Comments

Your LifeHello, readers! It’s Allie the intern here this week, talking to you about the upcoming election and how the AARP Voters’ Guides can help you research your candidates. Don’t forget to register and vote! Like many voters, you may be wondering who to vote for. Perhaps you’ve made up your mind on your Presidential pick, but local elections? Candidate information may be hard to find. But never fear – AARP Voters’ Guides are here! These handy non-partisan guides give you …

Early and Absentee Voting Enhances Clout of Older Voters

Posted on 01/27/2012 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin TodayFlorida is at the forefront of offering citizens multiple voting options. a)     You can show up at your precinct’s polling place on primary day, Jan. 31. b)     You can vote early, until Jan. 28, at city halls, libraries and other designated locations. c)     You can vote absentee, typically returning your ballot by mail. Early voting is offered in 32 states and the District of Columbia, allowing voters to cast a ballot in person during a specific time frame that varies …