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Pinal officials discuss concerns with upcoming census

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Restriction on teachers of concern

By Mark Cowling | PinalCentral

The Board of Supervisors heard an update Wednesday on the 2020 U.S. Census in Pinal County.

While “Complete Count” committees have already begun work around the county, the census’ major advertising campaign will take place from early January to mid-March, Pinal County Public Information Officer Steve Frazier told the supervisors.

From left: Timothy Olson, Debbie Johnson, Dana Marie Kennedy, Brian Manderfield, and Monica Villalobos during a panel discussion at the 2020 Census recruitment kickoff event in Phoenix on Oct. 22, 2019. /Photo by Lisa Irish/AZEdNews

Supervisor Pete Rios, D-Dudleyville, said teachers are a great resource for getting the word out, but their communications have also been restricted recently.

“I don’t want teachers in a bad spot, but we also need their help,” Rios said.


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