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Tempe’s 2020 U.S. Census Complete Count Committee

The Tempe residents who make up the city's Complete Count Committee having been working together for more than a year to ensure an accurate count.  These trusted voices of our community were selected for their perspectives and expertise in reaching various audiences.

Tempe 2020 Census Complete Count Committee

Mayor Mark Mitchell expressed gratitude for all the applicants and for the upcoming services of the Tempe Complete Count Committee.

“There is so much riding on getting an accurate count of Tempe residents,” he said. “Our numbers will directly impact the amount of federal funds we can receive for the needs of our community. Funding for housing assistance, transportation projects and so much more depends on Census results.”

Tempe’s Complete Count Committee operates under the direction of volunteer co-chairs Elizabeth Cling and Candyce C. Lindsay. The group has been meeting at regular intervals since December 2018. The appointments expire on Dec. 31, 2020.

Tempe Complete Count Committee:

  • Nancy Baker
  • Gary J. Brennan
  • Selianna R. Chang (née Robles)
  • Jennifer Chau
  • Elizabeth Cling, co-chair
  • Casey E. Clowes
  • Anthony W. Contente-Cuomo
  • Robert Cox
  • Glenn Davis
  • Cindy Denton
  • Jana Lynn Granillo        
  • Linda J. Knutson, M.Ed.
  • Shereen Lerner, Ph.D.
  • John Michael Linda
  • Candyce C. Lindsay, co-chair
  • Gerardo Lopez
  • Robert J. Miller, Ph.D.
  • Paul Mittman, Ed.D.
  • Joaquin Rios
  • Nancy Siefer
  • Roy M. Tatem, Jr.
  • Rosemary Walsh

Maricopa Association of Governments

Local communities learned more about the Census and its importance to our state, cities and towns from training by the Census Bureau staff. In the Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) region, local governments will form Complete Count Committees to promote and encourage response to the 2020 Census. The local Complete Count Committee comprises a broad spectrum of government and community leaders who act as trusted voices to develop and implement awareness of 2020 Census.