Older voters decide elections

Posted on 02/28/24

One-third of North Dakotans are 50 or older. In the United States as a whole, that number is a 119 million, and this mighty group is the voting majority in every election. In the 2020 North Dakota election more than 53% of voters were over age 50, and in the 2022 North Dakota election that number was even higher at 61%.

AARP is making sure that candidates understand who these voters are and, more importantly, understand their concerns. Read on for a breakdown of older voters om 2022.

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Your voice is your vote, and AARP ND is fighting to ensure candidates know what matters to voters 50+. Learn more about when, where and how to vote in 2024.

This story is provided by AARP North Dakota. Visit the AARP North Dakota page for more news, events, and programs affecting retirement, health care, and more.

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