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About American Seniors

We are the new voice for America's seniors.

We believe that you deserve choices when selecting who best represents your interests in Washington, D.C.; and we believe you deserve choices when selecting benefits that help you live a healthier and wealthier life.

That is why American Seniors Association is the fastest growing seniors advocacy in the nation. We believe that America's seniors deserve respect, admiration and support for the contributions they made throughout their lives - building families and enhancing the quality of American life.

We also believe that our members are individuals. That is why our benefits are structured to allow you to make choices based on your individual needs. It is also how we approach representing you in Washington. We won't support any policies that don't give America's seniors the ability to choose how they want to fund and live their lives.

We are the conservative voice for America's seniors.

We opposed program cuts to Social Security and have consistently fought against President Obama's attempts to cut Medicare and the popular Medicare Advantage program; and we opposed the activities of other so called "retirement" organizations to play politics with your benefits and your security.

American Seniors will never support a President or Congress that will cut your benefits.

If you believe in individual liberty, constitutional government and the importance of having choices in your life, then you are an "American Senior". A one-year membership is only $15, and membership for your spouse is free.

Welcome to the new choice and the new voice for America's seniors.

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