IN THE NEWS

Ms. Lowenthal is a frequent source of objective, census-related information for journalists. Here’s a sampling of recent news articles in which she is quoted:

2019

The Intercept: “The Supreme Court Will Decide if Census Citizenship Question Is Legal. Democrats Should Also Work to Block It”

The Washington Informer: “Citizenship Question Could Hurt Census Count of Black America”

Wired: “The Challenge of America’s First On-Line Census”

Route Fifty: “A Key in Census Outreach: Finding Trusted People to Pitch Participation”

Reuters: “Judge rejects citizenship question for 2020 U.S. census”

Federal Computer Week: “House Dems put spotlight on Census prep”

The Atlantic: “The Citizenship Question Isn’t Quite Dead Yet”

The Washington Post: “Census Bureau says funding for 2020 count could last into mid- to late February if shutdown continues. But experts say survey could be at risk sooner.”

2018

Stamford Advocate: “Census expert shares concerns about next count”

HuffPost: "New Email Raises Concern About Trump Commitment to Census Confidentiality”

The Washington Post: Trump administration officials suggested sharing census responses with law enforcement, court documents show”

Federal Computer Week: “What will a Democratic House mean for the census?”

U.S. News & World Report: “Victorious U.S. House Democrats Could Stymie Census Citizenship Query”

The Washington Post: “Americans say they are less likely to fill out census than they were 10 years ago”

The Washington Post: “How Democrats would work to kill the census citizenship question if they win the midterms”

UPI: “Trump nominee looking to fill Census role vacant for a year”

Triple Pundit: “Why Everyone Should Care About Census 2020”

Richmond Pulse: "Civil Rights Leaders Call For Public Comment on 2020 Census"

The Tennessee Tribune:  "Rights Groups Want to Flood Census Bureau With Public Comments Before August Deadline"

AL.com (Alabama): "Census comments are open, but Alabama lawsuit over counting immigrants may be off-limits"

NPR: "Census Bureau Stops Plans For 2020 Census Advisory Committee"

The New York Times: "New Emails Show Push by Trump Officials to Add Citizenship Question to Census"

The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)"Americans can weigh in on 2020 Census until Aug. 7"

Ventura County Star (editorial)"Local efforts key to accurate census"

National Public Radio: "Citizenship Question Controversy Complicating Census 2020 Work, Bureau Director Says"

The New York Times: "Why Was a Citizenship Question Put on the Census? 'Bad Faith,' a Judge Suggests"

The Washington Post: "Commerce secretary suggested citizenship question to Justice Dept., according to memo, contradicting his congressional testimony"

Federal Computer Week: "House, Senate bills split on Census funding"

AL.com (Alabama): "Alabama lawsuit tip of the spear in federal battle over 'weaponizing' 2020 Census"

USA Today: "Lawmakers urge Census to count Hurricane Maria victims in their communities"

Science magazine: "More money, more worries: 2020 Census plans continue to generate controversy"

Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder: "Fear could further compromise 2020 Census"

Cleburne Times-Review: "Texas can count on census challenges"

Deseret News (Utah): "New citizenship question, murky immigration policy, could impact 2020 Census results"

The Century Foundation: "New Citizenship Question Designed to Sabotage Census"

The Wall Street Journal: "Trump Administration Plans to Check Your Answer on Census Citizenship Question"

Federal News Radio: "After windfall in omnibus, Census Bureau rolls out its first dress rehearsal"

The Intercept: "Count Down: How the Trump Administration Is Botching Its Only Trial Run for the 2020 Census"

FiveThirtyEight: "The Census's New Citizenship Question Could Hurt Communities That Are Already Undercounted"

Talking Points Memo: "The Unprecedented Coming Legal Battle Over Trump's Census Citizenship Move"

WJLA (Washington, DC): "States, civil rights groups challenge decision to include citizenship question in census"

Sojourners (Medill News Service): "What's At Stake in an Underfunded Census?"

Federal Computer Week: "Trump campaign taps census question as fund-raising tool"

U.S. News & World Report: "Underfunding, Canceled Tests Raise Fears About First Ever Online Census"

The News & Observer: "Rural Deep South at most risk of being overlooked in 2020 Census"

Daily Beast: "Citizenship Question Would Convert Census Into a GOP Voter Suppression Tool"

Federal Computer Week: "Experts fear Trump budget shortchanges Census"

Science magazine: "New U.S. budget deal includes more funding for 2020 Census"

The Hill: "Citizenship question drives uncertainty over 2020 census"

The Washington Post: "Non-citizens won't be hired as census-takers in 2020, staff is told"

Federal Computer Week: "Census prep suffers under a CR or a shutdown"

Stateline (Pew Charitable Trusts): "Census Uncertainty Spurs State Action to Prevent Undercounting"

Global Government Forum: "Citizenship question threatens US census, says former programme chief"

Clarion Ledger (Mississippi): "Mississippi's rural black, Hispanic communities risk underrepresentation in 2020 census"

The Atlantic: "The Controversial Question DOJ Wants to Add to the U.S. Census"

Minneapolis Star Tribune: "Congress must guard accuracy, use of census" (editorial)

HuffPost: "The DOJ Wants A Citizenship Question On The Census. That Could Blow Up The Whole Survey"

Mother Jones: "Trump's Pick to Run 2020 Census Has Defended

Racial Gerrymandering and Voter Suppression Laws"

The New York Times: "Critics Say Questions About Citizenship

Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate Census"

Federal Computer Week: "Census enters 2018 facing more questions than answers"

2017

NJ.com: “Why Everyone in New Jersey Might Not Be Counted in the 2020 Census”

The New York Times: "With 2020 Census Looming, Worries About Fairness and Accuracy"

NPR: "Trump Administration Delays Decision on Race, Ethnicity Data for Census"

Huffington Post: "Experts Are Really, Really Worried About the State Of The 2020 Census"

NPR: Morning Edition

POLITICO: "Leading Trump Census pick causes alarm"

CityLab: "The Constitutional Counting Crisis"

The Washington Post: "Census 2020: How it's supposed to work (and how it might go terribly wrong)"

Federal Computer Week: "GAO sustains protest in $283M Census mobile contract"

Inquirer.net: "Problems threaten the accuracy of 2020 US Census"

The New York Times:  "Save the Census" (editorial)

Boston Globe: "Gutting the census would sabotage democracy"

TIME: "The Head of the Census Resigned. It Could Be as Serious as James Comey"

The Washington Post: "Census watchers warn of a crisis if funding for 2020 count is not increased"

POLITICO: "Trump's threat to the 2020 Census"