The 2020 U.S. Census will soon be underway, and if you are a snow bird who claims Minnesota as your residency, but won’t be back on April 1, you can still be counted as a Minnesota resident.
Just wait until you return to Minnesota, or put on your census report your Minnesota address.
The sign outside Morris says a population of 5,363. Had I not put Morris down as my address, the sign would say 5,362. Yes, I was in Arizona on April 1, 2010, but it was legal to put my Morris address on the form.
Recent reports say that for every resident, $28,000 is returned to Minnesota over 10 years. I’d rather have that money go to Minnesota, than to Arizona, or Florida, or Texas.
Think about it.
Surprise, Arizona and Morris, Minnesota