As the 2010 United States Census headcount is now complete, MyTwoCensus will focus its editorial content on the many issues surrounding redistricting and reapportionment that have arisen based on 2010 Census results. Additionally, MyTwoCensus will now cover demographic transitions, trends, and related concerns from around the world.
One evening, while perusing Craigslist, Stephen Robert Morse, a savvy young political journalist, noticed that the U.S. Census Bureau sought to hire thousands upon thousands of individuals from sea to shining sea to help the federal government complete its decennial headcount. Despite his age, Morse already learned that if you give people $13 billion $15 billion to complete a task, they are likely to spend it without caution — both frivolously and haphazardly.
As they say, one thing led to another, and within an hour MyTwoCensus was born.
Our idealistic founder made calls to friends, mostly fellow university graduates who still believed that they could change the world, to recruit them for this watchdog effort. His call to action was met with enthusiasm by individuals from Washington D.C. to Silicon Valley, Los Angeles to New York, and in small towns across this great nation.
So remember this America, MyTwoCensus is looking out for you. We want you to be counted as accurately as is humanly possible, so you can be fairly represented by your government for the next ten years, and so your billions of tax dollars will be spent wisely.
The MyTwoCensus Team:
Founder/Executive Editor: Stephen Robert Morse
Chief Technology Officer: Evan Goldin
If you are interested in joining our team, please see our “Opportunities” page.