Parkersburg News and Sentinel – A statewide public awareness campaign to ensure everyone is counted in the 2020 U.S. Census will launch 11 a.m. Monday at the Covenant House in Charleston. Read article.
The CountMeInWV Coalition represents more than 20 community, professional, service and advocacy organizations in West Virginia and was created to reach the state’s hardest-to-count populations. The coalition identifies rural areas, seniors, communities of color, college students and families with children under 5 as the most difficult.
Census data determines the allocation of more than $6 billion of federal money spent in West Virginia every year.
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