2010 Census Update w/ poll (MA Congressional Redistricting)

“We did five different scenarios projecting the population forward, and in each of those five scenarios, Massachusetts would lose a seat,” said Kimball Brace of Election Data Services, a political consulting firm in Washington. Demographic trends are “not a good sign from a Massachusetts standpoint. You’ve got a long way to go to keep the seat.”

The commonwealth of Massachusetts prepares to

lose another congressional seat.

30) How did this person usually get to work LAST WEEK? If this person usually used more than one method of transportation during the trip, mark (X) the box of the one used for most of the distance.

The 2010 Census will take place on April 1, 2010  You can look forward to this, and other fun questions about your personal life when the federal government comes knocking on your door.  To read the form, follow the link.

17b) Does this person have serious difficulty walking or climbing stairs?

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R, MN) is refusing to answers all the questions and will only be providing the number of people who live in her house.  The government has the authority to do an official head count, but should we by paying the added expense for them to invade our privacy?

8 Does this house, apartment, or mobile home have –

a. hot and cold running water? b. a flush toilet? c. a bathtub or shower? d. a sink with a faucet? f. a refrigerator? e. a stove or range? g. telephone service from which you can both make and receive calls? Include cell phones

Meanwhile, ACORN will be participating in doing the official count.  Goody Gumdrops.  I’m so thrilled.  No possibility for problems there.

9) How many automobiles, vans, and trucks of one-ton capacity or less are kept at home for use by members of this household?


So. with the Dems controlling all ten congressional seats and the apparatus in charge of redistricting, who is going to get the squeeze?

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