As of last week, more than 46% of all households
across California have responded to the 2020 Census! That’s 6.9 million
households — making California the state with the most
households that have already responded to the census.
But we still have millions more California
households to go to achieve a fair and accurate count.
If you still haven’t responded to the 2020 Census, it’s not too
that have not yet responded to their census invitation should have
started to receive a paper questionnaire in the mail as of April 8, 2020.
That means, while Californians are at home social
they can now respond to the
census by mail, online or by phone.
complete the census online, go to: my2020census.gov
respond by phone, call 844-330-2020.
non-English go to: https://2020census.gov/en/contact-us
the census only takes about 10 minutes and will help your community for the
next 10 years! Census
participation determines each community's share of federal funding for
healthcare, schools, roads, and more for the next decade.
you complete the census, make sure that everyone who lives in
your household is counted. That includes all children and any extended family or
friends who are living with you (regardless of immigration, citizenship, or
voter registration status -- everyone needs to be counted).
is simple, quick and confidential. To learn more about your rights, you
can read California’s Census Bill of Rights
you complete the census, help us spread the word.
this email to your family members, friends, neighbors, and coworkers and remind
them that it’s critical that everyone participate in the 2020 Census.
Let’s get counted! Let’s
get funded! Let’s continue to stand up for Democracy!
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