CAA Legislative District Fact Sheet – Resource for local and state elections

| July 10, 2014

With KIDS COUNT® funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Children’s Action Alliance is able to provide high-quality data and trend analysis to enrich local discussions about securing better futures for all children — and to raise the visibility of children’s issues through a nonpartisan, evidence-based lens.

One popular data tool is the CAA Legislative District Fact Sheet so you can see how children in your district are doing. CAA recently updated the Legislative District Fact Sheets with the latest data, including important indicators such as Children Living in Poverty, Children without Health Insurance, Children in Household Receiving a Public Benefit and others.

We encourage you to use this local data when you meet with local elected officials and candidates. Find out how your candidates, state and U.S. senators and representatives plan to address the problems facing children in your community, and across the state.

As an added bonus, this year we have all the data for each legislative district in one spreadsheet available for download, so you can sort it and analyze it yourself. This extra bit of information can help you better understand where your legislative district ranks among all the others in each of the indicators on the fact sheet.

If you have any questions regarding the legislative district fact sheets or the candidate questionnaires, please contact Joshua Oehler at or at 602-266-0707 x204.

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