WGBH Highlights 2Life's Commitment to Voting

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WGBH's Paris Alston stopped by 2Life's Brighton campus on election day to highlight 2Life's commitment to voting. Brighton campus was a polling station, making access to voting easier for our residents and neighbors. 

“We have a really engaged group, and it's a really important group to be listening to. We want to know that candidates are always thinking about what is affecting seniors from public transit to Medicare and how people can afford to actually live.” - Emily Levine, 2Life chief of staff

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