Anna Little Receives “Honorary Guardian Of Seniors Rights” From 60 Plus Association

HIGHLANDS – Republican congressional challenger Anna Little afternoon received the “Honorary Guardian of Seniors’ Rights” from James L. Martin, Chairman of the 60 Plus Association, earlier this week.

“Anna Little is going to Washington to fight for America’s seniors”, said Martin, chairman of the 5.5 million strong seniors organization has been referred to as “the conservative alternative to the AARP.”


“Anna knows that cutting 500 billion dollars from Medicare — as ‘Obama care’ intends to do–is wrong. She knows as well that piling of trillions and trillions of debt on our children and grandchildren is not something seniors want to do. We at the 60 Plus Association are pleased and privileged to give Anna Little our Guardian of Senior Rights Award and we look forward to working with her in the next Congress to enact a truly, Seniors’ friendly legislative agenda.”

“I am honored to receive this award,” said Little. “I look forward to working with Jim Martin and 60 plus when I get to Congress,” she added.

Martin presented the award Tuesday afternoon at an event at the Bayshore Senior Center. In attendance were more than 100 local seniors who had come out see the presentation and voice their support for Anna Little for Congress.

“It’s always wonderful to have a chance to spend time with NJ’s seniors,” said Little. “They have seen so much, and they are always happy to share the wisdom gained through life’s experience. All over the district, seniors are terrified that their children and grandchildren are going to be burdened with tens of trillions of dollars of debt – that will take generations to pay off. That’s why seniors are some of our campaign supporters and most dedicated volunteers.”

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