Nevada Census 2020 is taking the COVID-19 situation very seriously, and we are asking every Nevadan to fill out their census form at census.nv.gov at HO
ME before or on April 30. 

We are kicking off Nevada Census Day, April 1st, with a Congressional District Challenge! We are encouraging you all to participate in a social media competition between each district to see who can have the highest census response rate by the end of the week.

The following response rates:

·        District One: 30.7%

·        District Two: 36.9% (Elko County)

·        District Three: 39.7%

·        District Four: 35.8%

Elko County Response Rate: 22.5 %

 Response Rate Map is available at https:2020census.gov/en/response-rates.html. Encourage your constituents and fellow congressional district residents to respond today by sharing the below message on your social media channels on April 1 at 3pm.

 Nevadans can receive $20,000 for every single person that's counted for over the next 10 years. This funding will go towards our schools, veterans, healthcare and children's programs. Go out and complete your #NevadaCensus at census.nv.gov. now @NVCensus2020

 Please use the following hashtags from April 1 to April 7. #CensusWeek # BeCountedNVAtHome #RuralNVCounts

 Please let me know you will commit to Nevada Census 2020 social media challenge by replying to this email!

 Let’s prove Rural Nevada Counts! We matter too!


Full calendar available at census.nv.gov/events

Event: Congressional District Challenge

Which Congressional District will end the week with the highest response rate? You decide! Nevadans from across the state will be encouraging their communities to fill out their census in the safety of their homes! Posts will go up at 3pm on April 1st!

Address: Online

Time: 3pm

 Event: Elko County Proclamation

Nevada Census 2020 Regional Coordinator, Cheyenne Gibson will read the Elko County Proclamation by reading it to one of Elko’s own community Facebook Groups.

Address: Online

Time: 4pm

 Event: What Would Census Funding Do for Rural Nevada? (Roads & Infrastructure)

Nevada Census 2020 Regional Coordinator, Cheyenne Gibson will provide White Pine Facebook groups with a video illustrating how census funding will benefit White Pine County.

Address: Online Facebook Groups

Time: Weekly, beginning April 1

 Event: Census Day Webinar

Nevada Census 2020 Statewide Coordinator, Kerry Durmick will host a Twitter livestream answering questions from the community about the Nevada Census on April 1.

Address: Online

Time: 6 p.m. 


Please follow, like, retweet, and share our social media accounts. You can find us @NVCensus2020 on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.