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Individual Record Components

    • Address is determined by the Elections Canada list of electors. In each profile, you can mark an address as bad or add a new or alternative address. You are also able to view a map of where the individual lives by pressing Get Map.

    • Salutation is the preferred style of address for that individual – in other words, what they like to be called. This allows you to personalise your communication with the individual.
    • Vital Stats depending on your province and existing data, will show you the sex, age and preferred official language of the individual. This is also where you flag someone as Do Not Call or Do Not Mail to indicate that they do not want to be contacted by the Liberal Party.
    • Phone and e-mail are also updatable like addresses. The number of phone numbers and e-mail addresses in your voter file will depend on your legacy data.
    • Volunteer Profile stores your contact’s volunteer activities and availabilities.

Phones and e-mail

    • Events record past and future attendance at your events.
    • Activist Codes allow you to build a more developed profile for a given individual. Activist Codes help describe a voter based on factors such as language preference, cultural background, occupation, etc. Applying Activist Codes to profiles will help you later on when you want to begin more targeted messaging or pull lists of particular demographics or groupings. Activist codes are tags which signal that an individual belongs to a specific group. In this section you will find identifications like sign and transportation requests. Please note that some previous identifications that are stored as Activist Codes have been archived and you must select “archived” on the page Activist Code Picker to see these groupings. Activist Codes that are private to your electoral district (or committee) have the name of your electoral district (or committee) indicated in parenthesis. Public codes are marked as public.

Activists

    • Survey Questions allow you to further develop a person’s profile; however, unlike Activist Codes, any level 3 user can create a Survey Question. When you use survey questions to gather information, you are able to give the person multiple options in how they want to identify themselves on a given question. This unique feature makes Survey Questions more flexible than Activist Codes. This is the section where you will find identified supporters. Survey Questions are private to the electoral districts (or committee) that the creator has given access to the Survey Question.

Survey Questions

    • Contact History indicates each time this person was contacted, how they were contacted and who contacted them.

Contact History

    • Voting History indicates the elections in which a particular voter has participated. For some campaigns, this will be limited to the Advanced Voter Data supplied by Elections Canada during the last voting period.
    • The IDs (My Shared Contacts ID, VAN ID, National ID) VAN ID shows you an individual’s unique ID number within the Liberalist system. A VAN ID identifies someone in the My Voters tab and a Shared Contacts ID identifies someone in the Shared Contacts tab. You will find a VAN ID and Shared Contacts ID when an individual’s Voter record has been linked to the corresponding Shared Contacts record. If a National ID and voter sequence number exist, you will also find this information provided by Elections Canada under My Voters.

Van ID

    • Districts displays the Province, Riding, Municipality and Polling Division in which this contact is a registered voter.

Districts

  • Also in Household allows you to easily manoeuvre between the profiles of voters and contacts that have the same address. The individuals listed in the same household are determined by Elections Canada under My Voters and it includes every contact recorded as living at the residence under Shared Contacts.

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