ACNJ’s Census team interviewing, traveling statewide to ensure an accurate count

Posted on February 4, 2020

ACNJ has been working since last year to inform the public about the importance of an accurate Census count in 2020. Not only does the Census help inform our reports such as Kids Count, it also helps, it also helps the federal government decide how to allocate funds and informs how many seats we will have in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Now, with one month to go, we are ramping up our efforts to spread the word on the importance of this Constitutionally-mandated count and working to ensure that everyone gets counted.

Census Team on the Road – Census Training and Education Opportunities
ACNJ’s Census team members have been traveling across the state in order to bring attention to the importance of the Census, helping to empower others to spread the word and ensure an accurate count. View our latest Census events and resources.

Kids Count Coordinator Alana Vega Interviewed By Comcast Changemakers
On January 31st, Vega joined Jill Horner from Comcast Newsmakers to highlight the importance of remembering children under five and other hard-to-count populations on the Census questionnaire. Watch the interview.