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AARP New Mexico Is Working to Make Sure that Voters Know about All of Their Options--and Can Vote Safely


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AS ELECTION DAY NEARS, "A-A-R-P NEW MEXICO" IS HELPING MAKE SURE THAT OLDER VOTERS ARE HEARD, ON THE ISSUES THAT MATTER MOST TO THEM.  IT'S ALSO REMINDING ALL VOTERS ON HOW THEY CAN SAFELY CAST THEIR BALLOT--FROM HOME, OR IN-PERSON.  THE GROUP'S BETH VELASQUEZ EXPLAINS...

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WHEN IT COMES TO ISSUES LIKE PREVENTING CUTS TO SOCIAL SECURITY, PROTECTING MEDICARE, AND LOWERING PRESCRIPTION-DRUG PRICES, OLDER NEW MEXICANS DESERVE TO HAVE THEIR VOICES HEARD, DURING THIS ELECTION.  WE'RE ALSO WORKING TO ENSURE THAT VOTERS, THROUGHOUT NEW MEXICO, KNOW ALL OF THEIR OPTIONS, AND CAN VOTE SAFELY--WHETHER THEY USE AN ABSENTEE BALLOT, VOTE EARLY, OR CAST A VOTE ON ELECTION DAY.  REMEMBER, ABSENTEE VOTING BEGINS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6TH--AND EARLY VOTING RUNS FOR TWO WEEKS, FROM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17TH, THROUGH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31ST."

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TO LEARN MORE ABOUT VOTING SAFELY IN NEW MEXICO, VISIT "A-A-R-P"-DOT-ORG-SLASH-"N-M-VOTES".



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