There are more than 40 million Black Americans, accounting for approximately 13% of the national population according to 2010 U.S. Census data. Black Americans are disproportionately disenfranchised and disconnected politically due to systemic discrimination; as a result, Black Americans are unable to fully participate in society and realize the constitutional rights afforded to all Americans.
- By 2025 increase national Black American voter participation by 250,000 from 2016 numbers
- By 2030 increase national Black American voter participation by 500,000 from 2016 numbers
In 2016 approximately 59.6% (raw number of 23,840,000) of Black America eligible to vote participated in national elections.