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A 2010 U.S. Census Message from Karl Rove

April 05, 2010

I was happy to talk about the U.S. Census this week and encourage all Americans to fill out their Census forms. The U.S. Census is not only an important way to ensure fair representation in Congress, it is also a vital part of our history. One of my favorite founders is James Madison, who created this instrument of democracy by writing it into the Constitution as a requirement every 10 years. You will find that the questions in the 2010 Census are almost the same ones Madison wrote into first Census in 1790! If you have not filled out your census form yet, it is not too late. Please fill out the ten easy questions today. For the full video and more information on the 2010 U.S. Census, please visit http://bit.ly/ddOz0e.

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