The Census Counts Campaign and The Leadership Conference Education Fund are working with partners to monitor, identify and respond to incidents of inaccurate census information, suspected census fraud, and efforts intended to subvert a fair count. If something doesn’t seem quite right, report it below. When it doubt, share it.

Submit in the form below by using the following guidance:

  • Start by describing the problem: what makes it harmful? What is false, misleading, or inaccurate? What other context is necessary?
  • Next, please provide a link to the problematic content you found. This can be a link to a social media post — like a Facebook post, YouTube video, or a tweet — or it can be a direct link to a website that contains the problem you’re addressing.
  • If you found something in the physical world, or somewhere you can’t link to, you can take a photo or screenshot and upload it here.
  • If relevant, you can also provide a location if this item targets or is relevant to a specific geographic community, like a particular neighborhood, city, or state.


Communities that don’t get fully counted in 2020 will miss out for the next ten years. This is the time to get involved. The Census counts. So do you.

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Stories for Change features storytellers and 2020 Census advocates whose lived experiences show the deep connections between census participation and a wide spectrum of advocacy, including racial justice, immigration, disability, labor, and faith.

This expanding and downloadable series of videos, quote graphics, and infographics is designed to be ready-made content usable for digital organizing including, social media, textbanking, paid media, and email.


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