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AARP Florida Is Working to Make Sure that Voters Know about All of Their Options--and Can Vote Safely (English-Language)


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AS THE PANDEMIC CONTINUES, BOTH THE HEALTH AND THE FINANCIAL SECURITY OF "50-PLUS" VOTERS ARE ON THE LINE.  THAT'S ACCORDING TO ZAYNE SMITH--OF "A-A-R-P FLORIDA"--WHO ADDS THAT THE GROUP IS WORKING FOR THEIR VOICES TO BE HEARD...

(SMITH):
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IN BOTH 2016 AND 2018, FLORIDA'S OLDER VOTERS CAST MORE THAN HALF OF ALL BALLOTS.  BUT, OUR POLLS SHOW THAT MANY ARE CONCERNED ABOUT VOTING DURING THE PANDEMIC.  THESE VOTERS DESERVE TO CAST THEIR BALLOTS SAFELY.  AND, WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT THEY KNOW ABOUT ALL OF THEIR OPTIONS--WHETHER THEY USE A MAIL-IN BALLOT, VOTE EARLY, OR CAST A VOTE ON ELECTION DAY.  VOTERS WHO'VE REQUESTED A MAIL-IN BALLOT SHOULD REMEMBER THAT THEY CAN DROP OFF THEIR COMPLETED BALLOT AT AN ELECTIONS-OFFICE IN THEIR COUNTY--EVEN ON ELECTION DAY."

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TO LEARN MORE ABOUT VOTING SAFELY IN FLORIDA, VISIT "A-A-R-P"-DOT-ORG-SLASH-"FLORIDA-VOTES"--OR CALL THE STATE'S OFFICIAL ELECTION-HOTLINE, AT 1-866-308-6739.

For this report in Spanish, click here.



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