Your Right. Your Decision. Your Vote. (California)

Having a hard time cutting through the campaign clutter this election? AARP is here to help you choose the candidates that best reflect their views and values. We've created a voters' guide in California's Senate race which has the candidates' positions in their own words, on issues like Social Security, the economy and the deficit. Before you vote on November 2nd, please go here to create a sample ballot you can take with you to the polls.
The Golden State's Senate race features Republican candidate Carly Fiorina running against Democratic incumbent Barbara Boxer. In addition to their websites, you can catch Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard, at her Facebook page, Twitter stream, or YouTube channel; you can find Boxer, currently serving as the United States Senator, at her Facebook page, Twitter stream, or YouTube channel.
AARP is committed to helping you get the facts you need to choose candidates who best reflect your views and values. Because it's your right, your decisions, your vote.

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