People have grown accustomed to passing over the seemingly countless surveys and questionnaires that fill their inboxes or mailboxes on a daily basis. But Shelton’s own Jimmy Tickey wants that trend to end, at least once, with the 2020 Census.
Tickey, as a senior adviser to Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz, has been managing the state’s census preparedness, working in conjunction with census partners to ensure that Connecticut is the best counted state in the country. To aid in that effort, the census will be the first time residents can fill out forms online, along with by mail or phone.