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AARP Alabama Urges All Voters to Go to the Polls for the July 17th Runoff


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WITH THE STATE'S RUNOFF-ELECTION TAKING PLACE JULY 17TH, BILL HAWKINS, OF "A-A-R-P ALABAMA"--ON BEHALF OF ITS 440-THOUSAND MEMBERS--URGES ALL VOTERS TO GO TO THE POLLS...

(HAWKINS):
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VOTERS OVER AGE-50 HAVE IMPORTANT AND SPECIFIC ISSUES THAT THEY'RE CONCERNED ABOUT--SUCH AS SOCIAL SECURITY, MEDICARE, CAREGIVING, AND THE COST OF PRESCRIPTION-DRUGS.  THAT'S WHY IT'S IMPORTANT FOR THEM TO MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD, IN EVERY ELECTION--INCLUDING NEXT TUESDAY'S RUNOFF.  WE'RE ASKING VOTERS TO HOLD ALL CANDIDATES ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE ISSUES THAT MATTER MOST TO THEM.  AND, THEY CAN DO THIS BY PLEDGING TO 'BE THE DIFFERENCE', AT THE POLLS."

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FOR MORE INFORMATION, AND TO SIGN THE PLEDGE, VISIT "A-A-R-P"-DOT-ORG-SLASH-"VOTE".



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