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Census 2020 in Massachusetts: Complete Count Committee

What is a Complete Count Committee?

A Complete Count Committee is a volunteer committee established to increase awareness about and motivate residents to respond to the 2020 Federal Census. These committees work best when they include a broad section of trusted voices from local government, tribal government, education, business, religious organizations, and the media, among other leaders that know and serve their community. 

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Resources Complete Count Committees

Statewide Complete Count Committee

Maura Deedy, Library Advisory Specialist and Mary Rose Quinn, Head of State Programs/Government Liaison are members of the Statewide Complete Count Committee as directed by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. 

Please considering joining the Library Subcommittee to help raise awareness to all libraries, including public, academic, special, school. This subcommittee will: 

  • Identify/reach out to organizations and individuals that work within your community
  • Inform them of why census is important in general, but also specify why census is important within your specific community
  • Brainstorm on ways to reach out to your community, through flyers, social media, and visibility at events that will help educate the community on the census
  • Provide feedback and best practices throughout the committee and thus in turn share this feedback with the State Complete Count Committee.

Please contact Maura Deedy if you'd like to learn more.