About Statewide CCC
Statewide Complete Count Commission
On April 22, 2019, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham issued Executive Order 2019-007 establishing the Statewide Complete Count Commission (SCCC) to promote and advertise the 2020 Census; focus resources on hard-to-count areas and populations; ensure the highest participation rate possible and support and coordinate with local complete count committees (LCCCs).
The Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Finance and Administration is the Chair of the SCCC. DFA’s statutory authority pursuant to 2019 N.M. Laws, Ch. 271, § 5(37) for planning and to support local government in complete count efforts and training as it relates to the 2020 Census. As part of the SCCC, a Tribal subcommittee has been formed made up of the following members: IAD Cabinet Secretary Lynn Trujillo, Jaime Gloshay (Chair), Laurie Weahkee, Keegan King and Alvin Warren.
Additionally, the Legislature appropriated $3.5 million to DFA of these appropriated funds, $2.4 million is available to participating New Mexico counties to conduct 2020 Census outreach, promotion, and education to increase the self-response rate and accuracy of the 2020 Census, of which $400,000 will be available to tribal governments through the Indian Affairs Department.
Statewide Complete Count Commission Members
- Olivia Padilla-Jackson, Cabinet Secretary Department of Finance and Administration; SCCC Chair
- Robert Rhatigan, UNM Geospatial and Population Studies Program and State Demographer
- Maggie Toulouse Oliver, New Mexico Secretary of State
- Jeff Witte, Cabinet Secretary Department of Agriculture
- Ryan Stewart, Cabinet Secretary Public Education Department
- Kate O’Neill, Cabinet Secretary Higher Education Department
- David Scrase, Cabinet Secretary Human Services Department
- Bill McCamley, Cabinet Secretary Workforce Solutions Department
- Lynn Trujillo, Cabinet Secretary Indian Affairs Department
- Judy Griego, Cabinet Secretary Department of Veterans Services
- Kathy Kunkel, Cabinet Secretary Department of Health
- Katrina Hotrum-Lopez, Cabinet Secretary designate Aging and Long-Term Services Department
- Brian Blalock, Cabinet Secretary Children, Youth and Families Department
- William Scott Carreathers, Executive Director Office of African American Affairs
- Alicia Keyes, Cabinet Secretary Economic Development Department
- Vincent Martinez, Cabinet Secretary Department of Information Technology
- Tim Keller, Mayor of Albuquerque
- James Jimenez, New Mexico Voices for Children
- Laurie Weahkee, Diné, Cochiti, Zuni, Native American Voters Alliance
- Marcela Diaz, SOMOS
- Kay Bounkeua, New Mexico Asian Family Center
- Jamie Gloshay, Diné, White Mountain Apache, Kiowa
- Christina Campos, Guadalupe County Hospital
- Rob Black, New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry
- Candace Beeke, Albuquerque Business First
- A.Terrie Rodriguez, New Mexico Alliance of Health Councils
- Oriana Sandoval, Center for Civic Policy
- Allan Oliver, 2020 Census Funders Group & Thornburg Foundation
- Kate Noble, New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership
- Victoria Cruz, New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness
- Alvin Warren, W.K. Kellogg Foundation
- Steve Kopelman, New Mexico Association of Counties
- NM Representative Gail Armstrong, Catron, Socorro, and Valencia Counties
- NM Representative Susan Herrera, Rio Arriba, Taos, and Santa Fe Counties
- NM Senator Liz Stefanics, Santa Fe, Bernalillo, San Miguel, Lincoln, Valencia, and Torrance Counties
- NM Senator William Burt, Otero County
- Commissioner Manuel Sanchez, Doña Ana County
- U.S. Senator Tom Udall
- Congresswoman Xochitl Torres Small
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Social Media & Coordination
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