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It’s In Our Hands!

Don’t forget, your 2010 United States Census forms must be turned in by April first to avoid a house visit from census takers. A countdown can be found above.

If you have any questions on filling out the form, check on the Census’ instructions here.

If by some chance, you haven’t received a form yet, please call the Telephone Questionnaire Assistance center at 1-866-872-6868. (If you prefer a Spanish-speaking operator, then dial 1-866-928-2010.) The lines will be open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (your local time) seven days a week from February 25, 2010 through July 30, 2010. For the hearing-impaired, TDD 1-866-783-2010 (during the times noted above).

For some up to the minute information, please also follow the US Census on Twitter at:

Every person counted in the State of Oregon will help in securing millions of dollars in federal funding over the next 10 years! Securing this vital funding is in our hands, so please send in your forms as soon as possible!

Oregon Secretary of State
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The Oregon Secretary of State is an independent constitutional officer directly elected by Oregonians. The Secretary is Oregon’s chief elections officer, auditor and archivist. Additionally, the Secretary of State promotes job growth by streamlining the creation and expansion of business, authenticates documents for travel or study abroad, and offers notary training and listings. Oregon is the only state where the Secretary of State is responsible for auditing public spending. In addition, the Secretary of State serves with the governor and treasurer on the Oregon State Land Board and manages and oversees Oregon’s Common School Fund.