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A New Poll Finds that Significant Majorities of Older Voters in Pennsylvania Are Concerned about Healthcare Access and Costs


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Statement from Angela Foreshaw-Rouse (as in "mouse") of AARP Pennsylvania in:
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(FORESHAW-ROUSE):
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A NEW POLL, FROM 'POLITICO' AND 'A-A-R-P', FINDS THAT ISSUES RELATING TO HEALTHCARE AND PERSONAL-FINANCE WILL BE TOP-OF-MIND, FOR PENNSYLVANIA-VOTERS AGE-50 OR OLDER.  IN FACT, 97-PERCENT CONSIDER HEALTHCARE TO BE A CRITICAL ISSUE, IN DETERMINING HOW THEY'LL VOTE IN NOVEMBER.  SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE WERE JUST ABOUT AS IMPORTANT--SCORING 96- AND 95-PERCENT, RESPECTIVELY.  ALSO, A STRONG MAJORITY OF RESPONDENTS WANT ELECTED-OFFICIALS TO TAKE ACTION, TO LOWER HEALTHCARE- AND PRESCRIPTION-DRUG-COSTS.  IF CANDIDATES WANT TO WIN ON 'ELECTION DAY', THEY'LL NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO THE MOST-POWERFUL VOTING-GROUP IN THE NATION: VOTERS OVER 50.  TO LEARN MORE, VISIT 'A-A-R-P'-DOT-ORG-SLASH-'P-A'."



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