Colorado Complete Count Campaign

Kickoff Meeting Materials Updated 12/11/2018

The Colorado Complete Count Campaign (CCC) held its kickoff meeting on December 11, 2018. Meeting materials are presented below.

Presentations

Colorado: Where Everybory Counts! Natriece Bryant and Elizabeth Garner, Colorado Department of Local Affairs pdf

Colorado Complete Count Training. Lily Griego, U.S. Census Bureau pdf

Videos

State of Utah and Census 2020

City of El Paso, TX. PSA

Supporting Materials

What is a CCC? pdf

The 2020 Census at a Glance pdf

Counting Young Children in the 2020 Census pdf

Census Complete Count Committee Training Manual, U.S. Census Bureau pdf

Counting for Dollars 2020: Colorado pdf


Census 2020 Colorado Complete Count Campaign

The State of Colorado is looking for volunteers to serve on the Colorado Complete Count Campaign to promote the 2020 Census. Positions are still open for this important committee.

Overview

The Census is a count of everyone residing in the United States on April 1, 2020. It has been mandated by the U.S. Constitution (Article 1, Section 2) since 1790 and it occurs every 10 years. The Census counts people of all ages, race, and ethnic groups. Population totals from the decennial Census determine the number of seats each state has in the House of Representatives; the totals are also used to redraw federal and state legislative districts. The Census is also used to help determine the appropriation of federally funded programs.

Goal

The Colorado Complete Count Campaign (CCC) is a volunteer committee established to increase awareness about Census 2020 and to motivate residents in the community to respond with the result of the best, most accurate, count in Colorado.

Objective

The Colorado Complete Count Campaign will draw on the successful partnerships and marketing efforts of its members in order to promote Census 2020. Through these established partnerships, the committee can help spread the word throughout state agencies, local governments, community organizations, schools and other venues, such as churches, synagogues and mosques.

Roles and Responsibilities of Campaign Members

  1. Identify and provide strategic outreach efforts. (organizations, events, activities, etc.)
  2. Communicate with Constituents about Census 2020.
  3. Provide avenues for the Census information to be disseminated.
  4. Identify areas of concern and develop strategies to address.
  5. Leverage existing resources.
  6. Encourage additional local complete count campaigns.

Time Commitment

Travel

Submit your application and resume for the Complete Count Campaign - Colorado to: https://www.colorado.gov/governor/boards-commissions-application