● Black Fork collected 142,722 voter registrations focused on eight Ohio counties. (graph of image above). More than 50% of our new registrants were young people, over 64% were people of color, and more than 50% were women.
● Black Fork collected signatures to help qualify Ohio Safe and Healthy Communities Campaign which turned in over 730,000 signatures to the Secretary of State, the second largest amount for any ballot initiative in Ohio’s history. Black Fork collected 401,540 of those signatures.
● Black Fork, working for Stand Up for Ohio, knocked on a total of 296,474 doors, made 70,866 phone calls, sent 369,974 text messages for GOTV from August to November.