People who live in Georgia could miss out on a lot if everyone is not counted in the Census. Georgia 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, Georgia received more than $23 billion from federal spending programs guided by data derived from the 2010 Census. Georgia can’t afford to miss out!

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

State Contacts:

Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS) 

Victoria Huynh
770-936-0969 (office)
Victori[email protected]

Heejin Ko
770-936-0969 (office)
[email protected]

Fair Count Georgia 

Rebecca Dehart
404-835-2891
[email protected]
Twitter – @RebeccaDehart

Jeanine Abrams McLean
404-835-2891
[email protected]
Twitter – @JAbramsmcLean

Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia)

Michelle Zuluaga
[email protected]

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Yo Cuento en Georgia Toolkit
Cada 10 años, el censo cuenta a todas las personas que residen en los Estados Unidos, incluyendo a personas de todas las edades, razas, grupos étnicos, residentes, visitantes, trabajadores, estudiantes, ciudadanos y no ciudadanos. El “toolkit” aqui es un documento que le permitirá compartir mensajes en español en las redes sociales sobre el censo.