The SDC network is gathering, organizing and sharing our best practices, activities and guidance on States’ and SDCs’ roles in the 2020 Census.
2020 Partnership, Complete Count Committees and Outreach
There are many opportunities to help promote and support the upcoming 2020 Census. Public citizens and government officials can work to spread awareness through complete count committees, schools and universities, Governor’s Commissions, faith-based institutions, and in many other capacities.
A Complete Count Committee (CCC) is a volunteer committee established by state and local governments and/or community leaders to increase awareness about the census and encourage residents of their communities to respond. The committees can include a diverse selection of community representatives from government, education, business, faith, and media organizations. CCCs are responsible for executing a strategy unique to challenges in their community.
- 2020 Census: Ways to Engage (7/8/2019)
New from Virginia Complete Count Commission
2020 Census: Ways to Engage
The success of the census depends on everyone’s participation. Want to help? To ensure that all of the diverse voices of the Commonwealth are heard and all Virginians are counted, the Office of the Governor is looking for individuals involved in their community to become Virginia Complete Count Census Ambassadors.
Find it here: https://www.commonwealth.virginia.gov/advisory-boards/virginia-complete-count-commission/ways-to-engage/
- 2020 Census Complete Count Committees Interactive Map (6/17/2019)
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2020 Census Complete Count Committees Interactive Map
Find a Complete Count Committee in your community. A Tableau interactive map.
Find it here: https://www.census.gov/library/visualizations/interactive/2020-complete-count-committees.html
- North Carolina Complete Count Commission (6/13/2019)
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North Carolina Complete Count Commission
Website to promote and coordinate 2020 Census participation and recruitment in North Carolina.
Find it here: http://census.nc.gov
- Colorado Census 2020 Web Page (4/30/2019)
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Colorado Census 2020 Web Page
Materials support Colorado’s State and local Complete Count Committees. Fact Sheets and resources supporting census data collection.
Find it here: https://demography.dola.colorado.gov/census_2020/
- Illinois Complete Count Commission website (4/30/2019)
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Illinois Complete Count Commission website
Find it here: https://www.illinoiscensus2020.com
- New Jersey Complete Count Commission website (4/30/2019)
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New Jersey Complete Count Commission website
Find it here: https://nj.gov/state/njcounts.shtml
- Alabama Counts website (4/29/2019)
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Alabama Counts website
Alabama Counts talking points for leaders. Alabama Census low-response tracts.
Find it here: https://census.alabama.gov/resources/
- Oregon Complete Count Committee website (4/29/2019)
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Oregon Complete Count Committee website
- Rhode Island Census 2020 Complete Count Committee (4/29/2019)
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Rhode Island Census 2020 Complete Count Committee
- Washington State 2020 Census: Everyone Counts (1/14/2019)
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Washington State 2020 Census: Everyone Counts
Washington State’s 2020 Census page is intended as a resource for individuals, local government, community groups, and non-profits. They can find information on census hiring, how to set up a complete count committee, identifying hard to count populations, and other 2020 Census resources.
Find it here: https://www.ofm.wa.gov/2020census