How many people will be living in your house on April 1? No, it’s not meant to be a funny April Fool’s question. It’s an important date for all people living in the United States who need to be counted for an accurate 2020 census. It’s estimated to take just[Read More…]
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Parker Junior High seventh graders Ben Rodriguez, left, and Memo Lopez, right, work on statistics to help them with charting a census question. (Provided photo) Parker Junior High students in Flossmoor went home with a specific task from their social studies teachers: make certain their families file information with the[Read More…]
The Village of Flossmoor produced this video, featuring local sites and players, to encourage residents to complete census forms. Click the photo for a link to the video. Editor’s Note: This story was originally posted on Feb. 28, but has been updated to include the new promotional video. As census[Read More…]
The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) announced the first day to complete the 2020 census online will be Thursday, March 12. To fill out the 2020 Census questionnaire, visit my2020census.gov. The online questionnaire is the quickest and easiest way to get counted in Illinois and can be accessed from a smart phone,[Read More…]
U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly says the stakes are high as the 2020 national census nears, and that all south suburban residents should make sure they are counted next year. A low turnout, Kelly said at a recent forum, could reduce the number of the Illinois Congressional delegation in Washington.
U.S. Representative Robin Kelly, D-Ill., is hosting a program on the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 5, at the Country Club Hills city hall, 4200 W. 183rd St. “An accurate census is so important for our state and our district. Without a fair and accurate[Read More…]