Protect 50+ Voters
AARP brings you the information and resources you need to cast your vote safely. Make your voice heard and go to aarp.org/election2020 for more information.
The Sounds of the U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps
Video credit: U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps. The U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drums Corps will not be performing on the Fourth of July in Washington, D.C. The pandemic has led to the cancellations of many large-scale appearances.
New AARP Community Connections Website Launches
We may be isolated but we don’t have to be alone. AARP Community Connections is a new website where you can connect with neighbors and friends.
What Must I Bring to the Polls
Voter ID laws vary by state, so make sure to know what you need before you show up at the polls.
Can I Vote in a Primary?
The rules for voting in a primary election can be complicated so it pays to know the voting requirements in your state before you head to the polls.
How Do I Register to Vote?
When it comes to registering to vote, each state has its own deadline and its own way of allowing people to register.
Ways to Vote
Voting in person is the most common way to cast your ballot, but most states offer an alternative method for people who will be out of town or can’t make it to the polls on Election Day.
AARP’S Election Focus in South Carolina: Rx Greed
In days leading up to South Carolina’s primary in the 2020 election, we talked to voters and AARP volunteers took to the streets to raise awareness about Rx greed.
Nevada’s Voice in Early Voting
Health care tops the list of concerns for voters in Nevada who will caucus on Saturday. Nevada is one of the most diverse states to hold an early presidential contest.
The AARP Minute: February 12, 2020
In today’s “AARP Minute,” 1 in 5 elective surgery patients receive a surprise medical bill, and Huey Lewis explains how an ear condition has affected his career outlook.
The AARP Minute: February 10, 2020
In today’s “AARP Minute,” many older women in Nevada feel they don’t have a voice in the political process, and where to see two significant sites in civil rights history.
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