U.S. Census Bureau

Many census jobs in Ohio still available

BY: - January 27, 2020

With the 2020 U.S. Census approaching, the federal government is hiring hundreds of thousands of Americans to conduct field work and staff the many temporary offices. This includes jobs in all of Ohio’s 88 counties as well as seven offices located in the Buckeye State — in Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Mansfield, Akron, Cleveland and Toledo. […]

The census is coming: 2020 brings new head count

BY: - January 2, 2020

With 2020 comes a new decade and a new presidential election, but it also brings a new head count conducted by the United States Census Bureau. The survey, done every 10 years by mandate of the U.S. Constitution, will be conducted starting in mid-March, when most of the country will have received letters instructing them […]

Ohio Dems want to increase turnout by making Election Day a holiday. Will it help?

BY: - December 3, 2019

A pair of Democratic state legislators are seeking to improve voter access and turnout by making Election Day a state holiday in Ohio. Their proposal would only apply to general elections, held each November, and would result in government offices being closed that day. The idea is to give employees of public offices a paid […]