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Registered voters 60 and older in Newport News, Hampton, Virginia Beach and Norfolk can get free rides to the polls Election Day and a free ride home.
Getting to the polls can be a challenge for many, but local taxi companies have footed the bill to assist people in need of a ride to voting locations for years.
The offer is open to any registered voter over the age of 60 who doesnt have their own transportation to the polls.
Coastal Ride, Yellow Cab, Black and White Cabs and Norfolk Checker are offering senior citizens free rides to the polls on Election Day, November 6.
You can take advantage of this. If you are at least 60 years old.
Senior Services’ Medicare benefits counselors will hold information and assistance events throughout Western Tidewater in November 2018 to assist Medicare-eligible individuals navigating Medicare and Medicare Part D.
Senior Services’ Medicare benefits counselors will hold information and assistance events throughout Western Tidewater in November 2018 to assist Medicare-eligible individuals navigating Medicare and Medicare Part D. Assistance will also be available for those who are currently enrolled and may be eligible for the Part D Low-Income Subsidy “Extra Help” benefit. Because Medicare Open Enrollment Oct. 15 through Dec. 7, appointment reservations are strongly recommended.
SSSEVA again working with taxi companies to help seniors
Buckle up seniors, you now have the opportunity to get a free ride to the polls.
Franklin native joins SSSEVA team on project
Anne Williams is keeping busy as the new Hayden Village Center manager. As the historic renovation of the former Hayden High and Junior High School in Franklin, Virginia, continues, Williams has a lot to do before the center opens this winter.