The Impact of Older Voters in the 2016 Election
New Hampshire voters have spoken. They selected the oldest candidates in the race from each party: Sen. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump. What does that say about the impact that the older voter might have in the November election?
Why Candidates Aren't Talking About Long-Term Care
Next Avenue Contribution to Forbes
On the eve of the first votes of the 2016 presidential contest – a wacky year where outsized personalities and voter anger are grabbing the headlines – there’s at least one familiar political pattern: nary a mention of one of the most critical issues facing many American families: long-term care.
Hillary Clinton Eyes Changes to Social Security Taxes
The Wall Street Journal
Democrat Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that she would consider subjecting investment income to Social Security taxes, and would consider applying the tax to higher wages as a way to extend solvency of the program and expand benefits for the poorest seniors.
Bernie Sanders Goes After Hillary Clinton on Social Security
(Des Moines, IA) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized Hillary Clinton’s stance on Social Security at a meeting with union workers on Monday, telling a crowd that the former secretary of state would not expand the program’s benefits to seniors.