Rural and Urban Oklahomans Urged to Take Part in Upcoming 2020 U.S. Census

By Donald Stotts — The Founding Fathers believed an accurate accounting of people living in the United States to be vitally important, and the benefits of taking part in the 2020 U.S. Census remain as noteworthy today as ever. “More than $675 billion in federal funding is affected by U.S. Census data, so it is important to our local communities and area schools, hospitals, roads and other infrastructure and services that everyone be counted,” said Danny Cook, Roger Mills County Extension director. “Skipping the census will have a negative effect on our county, and it’s the same no matter the county in which you live.”

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