Black Community Profile: Shirley Chisholm - AARP
In 1968, American Politician Shirley Chisholm became the first African American woman to be elected to the U.S. Congress.
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Need to Vote Early? — AARP
If you’re concerned you’ll be unable to vote in person in November, casting your vote early could be an option. Here are some terms you need to know if you can’t make it to the polls in person. For more information go to aarp.org/vote.
Happy Birthday, Social Security — AARP
Pledge to vote to strengthen and protect Social Security in the midterm elections!
Urge Congress to Protect SNAP! — AARP
Right now, Congress is negotiating the future of SNAP, the country’s largest nutrition assistance program. Lawmakers have until Sept. 30 to act. Call your members of Congress and urge them to protect SNAP and prevent seniors from going hungry!
Tell Congress to Stand Up to Big Drug Companies — AARP
Americans pay the highest prescription drug prices in the world, while big drug companies rake in billions every year. Enough is enough.
60 Seconds With the Candidates: Wyoming Governor — AARP
The candidates for Wyoming governor join AARP to answer questions about how they would help residents save for retirement, protect affordable phone service, provide quality senior services at home, promote telehealth and maintain essential services.
How Do I Register to Vote? — AARP
Did you know that federal elections are always in even-numbered years? And depending on which state you live in, 2018 might be your year to vote for local and state officials. For more information on voting in November, go to aarp.org/vote.