📌 Note: Features below are available in our Political bundle. For more information on adding new features please see the add-ons page in your nation.

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How precincts are created

A precinct is a geographical unit of a city or town. Generally, it is the smallest district involved in a political campaign. You must enable voter features in order to view precincts. Enable these features at Settings > Defaults > Basics

1. When voter data is supplied by NationBuilder, we include the precinct.

Within NationBuilder, a precinct is defined by its precinct_code and precinct_name. This means that if one record is imported with precinct_code "001" and precinct_name "nil" (i.e. an empty field) and a second record is imported with precinct_code "001" and precinct_name "Wells Ward," the records will be placed in separate precincts. 

2. Precincts can also be imported in one-time and voter imports.

3. New precincts can also be created in People > More > Precincts.

View precincts

You must have voter features enabled to view precincts. 

A list of precincts is available in People > More > Precincts.

Precinct captains

A point person can be assigned to each precinct - creating precinct captains. You can make someone available as a point person by granting them a permission set.

In People > More > Precincts, hover and click on Edit next to the name of a precinct. This will take you to the settings section of the precinct.

Select the name of the point person, then click the Save precinct button. 

Delete precincts

Go to People > More > Precincts.

To delete a single precinct, click the arrow to the right of the precinct name. Deleting a precinct does not delete the profiles assigned to that precinct. You can remove profiles individually or batch remove people

Empty precincts can be deleted en masse. Click the Delete empty precincts button at the bottom of the Precincts section.

How to import a voter file
Fields available for import
How to remove a profile
How to batch remove people

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