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AARP urges members to take closer look at issues before casting ballots

CHRIS SPITTAL, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

While televisions continue to be flooded with new political advertisements seemingly every day advocating one candidate over another, the American Association of Retired Persons is sending a simple message to its members this election season: Don't vote. But there is more to their story.

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Date Published: November 30, -1

 

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