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America Counts: Stories Behind the Numbers

For starters, it costs the State of Kansas and Kansas communities $1,539 per year for 10 years for every person not counted.

Kansas Is Off to the Races for the 2020 Census

Kansas springtime means race days at the Kansas Speedway and visitors from all over rally behind the need for speed.

The Kansas Complete Count Committee thinks that's not a bad time to get Kansans to rally for their future as well. The Kansas Complete Count Committee was formed to ensure a complete and accurate census count.

Why counting matters?

For starters, it costs the State of Kansas and Kansas communities $1,539 per year for 10 years for every person not counted. If 1,000 Kansans are not counted, we lose $15,390,000.

Also, the Census determines political representation in the Kansas and Washington D.C.

The federal government will rely on data from the 2020 Census to guide the distribution of federal funding to states, localities, and households across the nation. The impact of the accuracy of the 2020 Census on the fair, equitable distribution of these funds.

Click through the US Census Website to discover information about your community.

How kansas communities Are Getting Involved

The Census Bureau’s State Complete Count Committee (SCCC) program encourages states to enter into partnership with the Census Bureau either by executive order or legislation.

Resources

Census Toolkit

How to get involved in the 2020 Census

Counting for Dollars

Why a Census?

Census Executive Order


Read the Executive Order establishing the Kansas Complete Count Committee.

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Census Executive Order


Read the Executive Order establishing the Kansas Complete Count Committee.

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Contact Us

Emily Kelley Kansas Census Committee Email