Black Voices Change Lives
We turned out in record numbers
Millions of Americans cast their ballots with the belief they can make a difference in this country.
We did our job. We waited and the American People have spoken.
We pick our leaders – our leaders don’t pick their voters. In the midst of a pandemic that’s left millions of us grieving our loved ones and wondering how we’ll make ends meet, we turned out in record numbers across race and place to cast our votes for new leadership.
For the first time in this nation’s history, a Black woman will be Vice President of the United States.
When we come together, we come out stronger.
As a volunteer with the NAACP Civic Engagement Program, you increased Black voter turnout. Together, we created an unprecedented civic engagement program like none other – despite a pandemic, an economic crisis, and so many attempts to stop us — to vote for our community and the things we care about, and to make life better for all of us:
Pieces of mail sent
Impressions on Facebook and Youtube
Battleground states Reached via radio play
Cities with ads placed during airing of ‘black-ish’
Part of HBCU virtual Homecoming
Thank you to Our Partners in this Historic Fight!
Countless organizations, celebrities, and leaders have worked tirelessly to educate, mobilize, and protect voters as they faced suppression efforts from domestic and foreign. As we wait for the outcome of the election, we know that our work is not over and thank our partners:
- National Panhellenic Council
- Advancement Project
- National Urban League
- Leadership Conference
- Labor Unions