A precinct map locating every residence is a
great tool for effective precinct organization.
The map will help you to define blocks and areas to which you can
assign block workers. It also assists you in spotting the people who have
not registered and, on Election Day, voters who have not voted.
HOW TO MAP A PRECINCT
Secure a precinct map from the King County Elections Division or the
King County Republican Party headquarters. If the maps available are not
large enough, you can easily draw your own. If you draw your map, it
does not have to be to scale. It is only a tool to help you do your job
As you develop your map, it is a good technique to have someone drive
you slowly through the streets of your precinct while you draw the lots
and houses on your map. List all of the addresses possible. After the
precinct canvass, you can pencil in the names of all eligible voters on
the appropriate map location and color code them as to party preference
and registration status.
Keep your master map up to date. If people move, eliminate the names,
but leave the address as a key to follow up when the residence is again
occupied. You will find this permanent picture of your precinct of great
help to you, your volunteers, and your candidates.