As of 6 this morning, the Census count officially ended. Now it's time for the Bureau to begin tallying results and many groups worry they will be skewed because there wasn't enough time to get everyone counted during the pandemic. Beth Lynk with the Census Counts Campaign says if Florida is just 1-percent undercounted it will lose up to 173-milion-dollars a year. The Census deadline was extended until October 31st. but the Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration to stop the count immediately.