A volunteer committee established to increase awareness about and motivate residents to respond to the 2020 Federal Census. These committees work best when they include a broad section of trusted voices from local government, tribal government, education, business, religious organizations, and the media, among other leaders that know and serve their community.
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When viewing the Complete Count Committee map, you can find which committees are established in communities and counties by hovering over the colorful pieces of land. This will also reveal the name of the Complete Count Committee and the appropriate contact information for that committee. If there is a number over a cluster of communities, zoom in further until the individual communities are visible. If there is no color over a community, that means there is no registered Complete Count Committee. To register a Complete Count Committee, please email the Census Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Then you should be part of a Complete Count Committee!
Complete Count Committees are partnerships between state and local governments, community based organizations, faith-based groups, schools, businesses, the media, and others that will work together to promote the 2020 Federal Census. Complete Count Committees will be able to incorporate local knowledge, influence, and resources to educate residents on the importance of getting a complete count in the 2020 Federal Census.
Local Complete Count Committees are usually formed by the highest elected official in that municipality. The committee should represent a cross section of the community and help implement a creative outreach campaign in areas that may pose a challenge in 2020. Members could include persons from the areas of education, media, business, religion, and community groups.
Now! It’s never too early. Starting early will ensure a better understanding of the census process, thus increasing community willingness to be a part of the successful census count in 2020.
We are forming Complete Count Committees throughout the state to work with community groups to encourage participation in the 2020 Federal Census. The goal is to work with community leaders and activists to inform, educate, and encourage residents to complete the 2020 Federal Census form in areas that could be under-counted, such as:
The primary focus of a Complete Count Committee is to promote the 2020 Federal Census in a particular community to ensure that every resident in that area is counted. Local community members are most qualified to understand the best way to reach all populations that reside in their area.
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