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Government leaders can help educate their constituents about the 2020 Census. The U.S. Census Bureau's Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs advises these leaders on the 2020 Census and on Census Bureau data, programs, and policies.

Materials for Congressional Offices

Response Rate Challenge Toolkit

This toolkit includes ideas and resources for creating a Response Rate Challenge for your community or in competition against another community.

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2020 Census Informational Bilingual Questionnaire

This is a sample of the paper questionnaire that will be used during the 2020 Census. This version excludes the URL and contact information.

Please note: You cannot use this sample form to respond to the 2020 Census.


2020 Census Recruitment Toolkit

Provides resources to help raise awareness of 2020 Census job opportunities.

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Web Badges and Banners to Encourage Census Response

Encourage response by posting a web badge or banner on your website directing to 2020census.gov.

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2020 Census Congressional Toolkit

2020 Census Congressional Toolkit

Provides resources to help congressional officials promote public awareness about the 2020 Census.

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2020 Census Toolkit for State and Local Officials

2020 Census Toolkit for State and Local Officials

Provides resources to help state and local officials promote public awareness about the 2020 Census.

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2020 Census Congressional Partnership Playbook

Contains information about the census, social media guidance and public service announcement resources that will help members of congress inform constituents about the 2020 Census and 2020 Census jobs.

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Local Census Support

Census data affects communities across the country, because the results are used to determine resources at the state and local levels. To learn more about how census data is used in your state or congressional district, contact your regional census center.