This social media campaign is designed to count down to April 1st – Census Day – with facts, benefits, and information about the census and local initiatives. If you’d like to participate, simply follow this guide and post on the noted dates. To download the pictures, click on them to access the full-sized file.
20 days remain until April 1st: Census Day! Until then, we’ll be counting down the days by providing benefits, facts, and important information about the #2020Census. Learn more about the Delaware County census initiative: munciecensus.com Delaware County is comprised of 19 cities, towns, and townships that benefit from the federal and state funding that is allocated based on census data. Let’s make sure the next ten years of funding reflect our needs as a population – respond to the #2020Census. munciecensus.com 18 or older? Just like voting, it’s your civic duty to get counted! Be sure to take the Delaware County census, even if you only live in this community part-time. For more, visit 2020census.gov 17 or younger? Tell your guardians to respond to the #2020Census and make sure your family gets the representation they deserve. Here’s some more info: 2020census.gov In Fiscal Year ‘16, Indiana received $17,975,960,697 in federal funds, adjusting for expected growth based on data from the 2010 Census results. The #2020Census is our chance to make sure that data is updated and accurate. Learn more: munciecensus.com More info: bit.ly/354iRzI How long does it take to respond to the #2020Census? Less than 15 minutes. Get counted while you wait for the bus! Here’s some more info: munciecensus.com 14 days remain! Two weeks left until you and yours can get counted in the #2020Census. Find out more: munciecensus.com Title 13 protects the privacy of your census answers! You don’t have to pick between your privacy and your community. Learn more: 2020census.gov/en/data-protection.html The #2020Census will support 12 non-english languages in their form. It’s crucial that everyone is counted – our country depends on it. Learn more 2020census.gov Indiana received over $11 billion in funding immediately following the previous census in 2010. Let’s secure this funding for our state again – get counted. More info: 2020census.gov 10 simple questions can shape our county’s next 10 years. Learn more about what will be asked of you at 2020census.gov/en/about-questions.html and get ready to get counted! Indiana has 9 seats in the House of Representatives, ensuring our voices are heard on the federal stage. These seats are assigned to states based on census counts. Get counted and help maintain our representation! Learn more: munciecensus.com There are 8 major highways connecting us to the rest of the country. The funding to maintain and expand these roads is allocated based on census data! Learn more: munciecensus.com 7 days of Census Celebration! Find out more about what our community is doing to facilitate and celebrate getting counted: munciecensus.com/census-week Delaware County is a part of Indiana’s 6th Congressional District. District lines are drawn based on census counts and act as a building block of our representative democracy. For more information, visit munciecensus.com Children under 5 account for 5 percent of Delaware County’s population. They count, too. Be sure to include children in your household when responding to the census. Learn more: munciecensus.com To help them organize data from our 50 states, the Census Bureau divides the United States into 4 regions. (This might come as a shock, but we’re in the Midwest region.) Get counted in the #2020Census and make sure our region’s count is as accurate as possible. This year, there are 3 ways to respond to the #2020Census: by mail, by phone, or online. Getting counted is easier than ever! More here: munciecensus.com Thanks to the efforts of the Census Bureau we have access to over 2 centuries of data. This resource is priceless to students, businesses, and researchers across the United States. Get counted and help add another decade’s worth of valuable data. Visit 2020census.gov for more. There’s only 1 you. Make sure your unique, irreplaceable voice is heard. Census Day is TOMORROW! Get counted in the #2020Census and help your county and country thrive for another decade. More info: 2020census.gov