Census: U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Groves Visits Madison’s Historic Home

bmg-census_wm(Video in extended article) As each U.S. household receives a 2010 Census form, every resident is encouraged (by the Roshei Hayeshivah Shlita) to participate in a process that is as old as the nation itself. That process is the decennial census, mandated in Article I, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, mainly written by James Madison, one of our nation’s founders and our fourth president. U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Groves recently visited Madison’s historic home, Montpelier, in Orange, Va., and stood in the room that was the library where Madison drafted the Virginia Plan that became the Constitution. Groves paused to reflect on his own obligation to participate in the 2010 Census and to “ensure that we get it right.”

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3 COMMENTS

  1. So it seems they are only mailing out one per address. So being that many houses in lakewood have a basement tennant, how will they be properly counted????

  2. So does an apartment building only get one??? If the Lakewood Census Committee doesn’t act fast they will be losing alot of numbers from people who don’t coordinate with their basement tenants!

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