Minnesota may decide if Democrats or Republicans wield power in Washington. Half of its congressional races are toss-ups and it stands out for having both of its US Senators up for election. The outcomes may depend on older Americans. Seniors turnout to vote in extraordinary numbers - higher than any other age group. What issues matter to this decisive set of swing voters? National and state experts will discuss the senior vote and how it may swing.
David Certner, Legislative Counsel and Director of Legislative Policy for Government Affairs, AARP
Richard Fry, Senior Researcher, Pew Research Center
Moderated by Professor Larry Jacobs
This event is co-sponsored by AARP Minnesota.
AARP; Center for the Study of Politics and Governance; Humphrey School of Public Affairs; UMN
Jacobs, Lawrence R.; Fry, Richard; Certner, David; Carnahan, Jennifer; Martin, Ken.
Minnesota's Swing Voters.
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