People who live in Florida could miss out on a lot if everyone is not counted in the Census. Florida could lose out on the political representation it deserves. And people and communities could be denied money that they need for schools, community health care, jobs, and transportation.

In 2016, Florida received more than $44 billion from federal spending programs guided by data derived from the 2010 Census. Florida can’t afford to miss out!

Contact these Florida partners to get involved. The Census Counts. So do you.

State Contacts:

Florida C3 Civic Engagement Table 

Elena Langworthy, State Voices, National Census Manager
[email protected]

Florida Nonprofit Alliance

Sabeen Perwaiz, Executive Director
[email protected]

Florida Counts

Susan Racher
[email protected]

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Florida Census Cost/Benefit
Despite gains in recent iterations, the census has traditionally struggled to get a complete count of low-income communities, particularly those with a high population of communities of color. Ensuring they are properly counted in the 2020 Census is the first step to ensuring that these voters are represented in the redistricting process and policy debate moving forward.

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