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Politicians speak to them. Communities rely on them. Seniors not only come out in droves to vote, but they are busy making the political season work.
John Aves, Ann Hurley and Joe Ramsey are just a few of the local seniors gearing up for Election Day on Nov. 6, when races for president, Congress and the state Legislature will be determined.
Hurley works the polls
“If we want to keep our country strong, it’s our responsibility to get out and vote,” said Lancaster resident Hurley, who has been a poll worker for 40 years.
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