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It's Germane

Time Is Running Out

Have your say, respond to the Census today.

JJML wants to encourage residents of Sag Harbor to fill out the census online, by phone or by mail as soon as possible. The last phase of collecting census data starts today and ends September 30th.  During this phase Census workers will go door to door to gather census data in person for those who haven’t yet self- responded.

To date, Southampton response rate is 37% and East Hampton rate is 30%  (more specifically, Sag Harbor rate is 30.4%) compared to New York State rate of 59%.

 It’s not too late to be counted and have your say.  You can complete your Census form online, by phone or by mailing back the paper questionnaire sent to your home.

Your Immigration status does not matter.  Your information is kept confidential.

RESPOND TODAY

Online:  my2020census.gov

By Phone:

  • English: 844-330-2020
  • Spanish: 844-468-2020

By Mail:  Mail back the paper questionnaire sent to your home.

RESULTS OF THE CENSUS ARE USED TO:

  • Determine decisions on how hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding are allocated to Communities for over 100 programs including Medicaid, Head Start, block grants for community mental health and SNAP (the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program.)
  • Determine the number of seats each state has in the House of Representatives
  • Adjust or re-draw congressional and state legislative districts

REMEMBER:  The Census determines the amount of money that our communities receive from the federal government.  If we are not all counted we suffer the consequences for the next 10 years, until the next census.  

Have your say, respond today.

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