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  • ...e [[AARP]], formerly the American Association for Retired Persons", the '''60 Plus Association''' was formed in 1992. <ref name=About>{{citation | publisher = 60 Plus Association}}</ref> Comparing the home pages of this group with that of AARP, 60 Plus c
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  • He appeared in an [[60 Plus Association]] political advertisement, for which he helped write the script. "They had | title = Mystery Millions: The 60 Plus Association's conservative message isn't new, but its wealth is.
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  • ...t|Tea Party]], living in suburban [[Manassas, Virginia]]; appeared in an [[60 Plus Association]] political advertisement; associated with [[Freedomworks]]; involved in th
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  • ...e [[AARP]], formerly the American Association for Retired Persons", the '''60 Plus Association''' was formed in 1992. <ref name=About>{{citation | publisher = 60 Plus Association}}</ref> Comparing the home pages of this group with that of AARP, 60 Plus c
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  • ...t-of-seven-vulner.html}}</ref> Her seat was targeted by the conservative [[60 Plus Association]]. <ref>{{citation
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  • ...t-of-seven-vulner.html}}</ref> Her seat was targeted by the conservative [[60 Plus Association]]. <ref>{{citation
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  • ...re and Social Security. The largest contributor to his campaign was the [[60 Plus Association]], whose causes include privatizing social security.
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