Both presidential candidates will take the stage in the next two weeks to try to sell us on the idea they can lead our nation. One way to demonstrate they have what it takes to be president is to tell voters how they’ll keep Social Security strong for our kids and grandkids.
Millions of Garden State residents are paying into Social Security, but the program is out of date. If our nation’s leaders don’t act, future retirees could lose up to $10,000 a year in benefits.
With a volatile stock market and fewer jobs offering pensions, today’s workers and future generations will likely have an even greater need for Social Security.
Before we decide who to vote for, we deserve to know if the presidential candidates will commit to taking action to update Social Security for us, our kids and grandkids.
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AARP State Office, New Jersey