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Click on DATA (left hand side)
Click on Demographics
From the top drop down, select your specific District. Click Search to the right.
Click on Voter Data File
Save your Voter Data File to a place where you can locate it (usually in downloads)
Right click on your file, select 'Extract All'
Selection a destination to extract it to and where you can easily locate it
Click on File in the upper left-hand corner
Click on Open
Click on 'Browse' or click on 'Computer' then 'Browse'
Navigate to the destination where your file was extracted to (desktop, downloads, etc…)
In the bottom right, change 'All Excel Files' to 'Text Files'
Click on VoterDataFile folder or if not visible, proceed to the next step
Select voterdatafile.txt and click 'Open'
In the Text Import Wizard – Step 1 of 3, select Delimited and Next
Deselect 'Tab' and select 'Comma', click 'Finish'
Wait. It will take some time to open this file as it is very large
Once the file is done opening you can see all the data. There will be over 700,000 rows and 121 columns
Select 'Sort & Filter', then select 'Filter'
You will see a down arrow appear on the right-hand side the top of every row
Navigate to your district. Jurisdictions begin at column AF
Select the down arrow on your districts column
Click on 'Select All' which will clear all selections
Select your district and 'OK'
You may also filter for party, zip code, or voting history (voter history begins at column AP
The state website also provides guidance on all the data available. Visit their site here.
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