For a citizens group to put an amendment on the ballot for voters to approve/disapprove, the group must collect 305,591 signatures of registered voters (10% of the last gubernatorial election). From 44 of Ohio’s 88 counties, there must be signatures equal to at least 5% of the total vote cast for the office of governor in that county at the last gubernatorial election. The map shows what percentage of those 5% in each county has been collected (so Athens’ 300% means they have collected three times the minimum for the county).

[Click on the map image to go to the interactive version at Tableau.]