The Census Count Continues
It’s not too late to take action!
A federal judge has issued an order to clarify that, for now, the U.S. Census Bureau must continue counting for the 2020 census through Oct. 31st after finding the bureau made multiple violations of an earlier order that extends the national head count's schedule.
Nonprofits are trusted messengers in Idaho’s communities, and you can continue to help ensure a full and accurate count for our state by posting about the census and connecting with clients, donors, and your community at large to make sure everyone is counted. If you work with any of these Hard-to-Count populations, please consider reaching out to them now about completing the Census: off-campus college students; ESL speakers; Tribal communities; renters; and people living in remote areas.
Responding online or over the phone is quick, safe, and easy, and libraries and job services are still Be Counted sites where people can receive assistance to respond to the census.
Every single person who responds to the census on their own makes a difference. They ensure that their community is closer to full representation and full funding.
Here are a couple easy actions you can take right now to ensure we count:
There's still time to make a difference in ensuring a complete count. Let's get it done!
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