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Oct. 9Why: Funding for KansasIt's #CensusWednesday. Watch our social media platforms each Wednesday for the who, what, when, where and why about participating in the 2020 Census. Why participate? Here's just one reason. #CountMeInJoCo$6 billion for Kansas1,47614,939Twitter as of 1/2165,776
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Oct. 16Why: Funding for schoolsFor those with children in Johnson County public K-12 schools, making sure we all get counted in the census brings crucial federal dollars to our school districts. #CountMeInJoCo #CensusWednesdayFunding for JoCo Schools2,0522,839FB as of 1/2122,700
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Oct. 23Recruitment for census workersHappy #CensusWednesday! The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting hundreds of thousands of people to work on the 2020 Census Count. In Johnson County these jobs pay $17 an hour. To apply visit 2020census/jobs or call 855-JOB-2020. #CountMeInJoCo #2020censusjobs #KansasCountshttps://www.countmeinjoco.org/download-materials under materials on recruitment you will find several grapchis and flyers from which to choose.1,4603,625
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Oct. 30Ballot issueIt's #CensusWednesday and almost Election Day. Kansas voters will have a ballot question about how we adjust census data regarding military personnel and students when redistricting the Kansas State Legislature. We're the only state that does that. Research the issue at the link below. #CountMeInJocohttps://ballotpedia.org/Kansas_Eliminate_Revision_of_Census_Population_Amendment_(2019)7944,133
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Nov. 6Why: Funding for maternal and child healthWhy do we ALL need to get counted in the #2020Census? Mothers and babies benefit from thousands of dollars in federal funding JoCo receives based on census data. #CountMeInJoCo #CensusWednesday @jocohealthdept
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Nov. 13Report out on ballot issuePending this week's vote canvass, unofficial Election Day results show 63.3% of Johnson County voters want Kansas to stop adjusting census data regarding military personnel and students when redistricting the Kansas State Legislature. Click here for the statwide results. #CountmeInJoCo #CensusWednesdayhttps://ballotpedia.org/Kansas_Eliminate_Revision_of_Census_Population_Amendment_(2019)7851335
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Nov. 20Why: Funding for roadsHave you ever driven through the interchange of Interstate 35, I-435 and Kansas Highway 10 in Johnson County? Federal funds help pay for highway projects, and those funds depend on census data. #CensusWednesday #CountMeInJoCo @KSDOTHQFunding for JoCo Highways 12646,737
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Nov. 27Get the right slice of federal fundingToday is #CensusWednesday. Have you ever driven through the interchange of Interstate 35, I-435 and Kansas Highway 10 in Johnson County? Federal funds help pay for highway projects, and those funds depend on census data. #CountMeInJoCo @KDOTHQ40908,985
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Dec. 4Why: Funding for Workforce PartnershipIt is #CensusWednesday! $35.4 million in federal funds over 10 years for Workforce Partnership led to 224,000+ people in Johnson, Leavenworth () and Wyandotte counties being employed. Make sure you are counted in the #2020Census. http://countmeinjoco.org #CountMeInJoCo) @LVCountyKSFunding for Workforce Partnership29424,989
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Dec. 11Recruitment for census workersToday is not only Wednesday, but also #CensusWednesday! 🙌 #Census2020 Recruitment of census workers in Johnson County continues! Applicants will start being selected soon. It's not too late to apply. Go to https://2020census.gov/jobs to find how to apply. #CountMeInJoCo #2020CensusEarn extra income social media graphic (located in Download Materials, materials on recruitmenthttps://2020census.gov/jobs7591,871
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Dec. 18Why: School fundingAs we wrap up the first semester of the school year remember, for those with children in Johnson County public K-12 schools, census data brings crucial federal dollars to our school districts. #CountMeInJoCo #CensusWednesdayFunding for JoCo Schools7544290
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Jan. 1Resolve to participate in the 2020 Census this yearIn honor of the new year starting on #CensusWednesday, we thought we'd provide you with a new year's resolution. #Happy2020 from #CountMeInJoCo31641880
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Jan. 84 ways to respondYou have choices on how you want to participate in the census. Please take a few minutes of your #CensusWednesday to learn about your options. #CountMeInJoCohttps://www.countmeinjoco.org/sites/countmeinjoco.org/files/Fact-sheets/2020-accessible-everyone.pdf11945810
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Jan. 15New this year: taking the census onlineWe've never been able to participate in the U.S. Census online before. A Census Bureau team of cybersecurity experts is hard at work making sure your information is safe and protected. Learn more about that here: https://www.countmeinjoco.org/sites/countmeinjoco.org/files/Fact-sheets/factsheet-2020-security.pdf8402161
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Jan. 2213 languages available
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Jan. 29Where should I be counted?
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Feb. 12Online preview of the CensusThis year, for the first time, you can take the U.S. Census online. Want a sneak preview of what to expect? View this video. #CountMeInJoCo #CensusWednesdayhttps://www.census.gov/library/video/2019/preview-2020-census-video-language-guide.html?utm_campaign=20200109msprts1ccpupnl&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery
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Feb. 19The Census and Confidentiality
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Feb. 26What the Census will ask
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Mar. 4Take the Census pledge
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Mar. 11Watch you mail for Census informationThe census is here! Starting tomorrow, the U.S. Census will start sending mail about participating in the census. Here is what you can expect, when and what it will look like. https://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-kits/2020/2020-census-mailings.html
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Mar. 184 ways to respond
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Mar. 25New this year: taking the census online
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Apr. 1Today is Census Day!
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June 17Kansas needs our help!While JoCo has the highest response rate the state, Kansas has dropped from 12 to 13 in #2020Census participation. If you haven't participated, now is the time. Let's help get Kansas move back into the top 10! #CensusWednesday #CountmeinJoCo
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Sept 2Why: Funding for KansasWe started #CensusWednesday in Oct. '19 talking about why the 2020 Census is important. With less than a month left, let's remember why we ALL need to be counted. Visit 2020census.gov if you haven't been counted. #CountMeInJoCo$6 billion for Kansas
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Sept 9Why: Funding for maternal and child healthWhy do we ALL need to get counted in the #2020Census? Mothers and babies benefit from thousands of dollars in federal funding JoCo receives based on census data. #CountMeInJoCo #CensusWednesday @jocohealthdept
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Sept 16Why: Funding for roadsHave you ever driven through the interchange of Interstate 35, I-435 and Kansas Highway 10 in Johnson County? Federal funds help pay for highway projects, and those funds depend on census data. #CensusWednesday #CountMeInJoCo @KSDOTHQFunding for JoCo Highways 12646,737
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Sept 23Why: Funding for Workforce PartnershipIt is #CensusWednesday! $35.4 million in federal funds over 10 years for Workforce Partnership led to 224,000+ people in Johnson, Leavenworth () and Wyandotte counties being employed. Make sure you are counted in the #2020Census. http://countmeinjoco.org #CountMeInJoCo) @LVCountyKSFunding for Workforce Partnership29424,989
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Sept. 30Update on timelineWe don't EXACTLY know when the 2020 Census will end but it won't be today. You still have time to get counted at my2020census.gov or by calling 844-330-2020 (English) - 844-468-2020 (Spanish).
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Oct. 14At the endIt’s our final #CensusWednesday! Counting for the #2020Census ends tomorrow. Census data brings over $6 billion in federal funds to Kansas every year. Visit 2020Census.gov to respond today.#CountMeInJoCo #KansasCounts(Image withthe hands rasied) Text: Thank you for being counted in 2020!
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