How to Buy Voter List for the State of California
Elections are happening all the time and new candidates run for office every time somewhere. In the state of California there are 58 counties with a number of elected government positions are required by law to be sorted out via elections.
In addition, there are 53 congressional positions and couple senate once. With thousands of candidates competing for these positions, how a campaign can distinguish itself and obtain an advantage over the other campaigns?
Therefore, an ideal campaign needs sound structure, discipline and accurate and valid data. While campaign can work and improve on the structure and discipline components, getting the data is usually a one-time operation.
An awful data can set the campaign team down for the entire election cycle. Read this article about voter data for additional details.
Consequently, there are strict regulations who and how can utilize the data for political election for the state of California. Luckily, voter list can be easily bought online.
For a start, navigate to Walk Lists, after that sign up with a valid campaign email.
Afterward, if you browse back to the landing(home) page, click on Buy Voter Data.
From the drop down for State, try to find California. If you are a first time user and never before applied to obtain data for the state of California, click on Not Found option on the bottom.
Next, the system will redirect you to a different screen.
Here, select state of California. That will open a paragraph that captures all the legal restrictions the State of California puts on people who consume voter data.
Read extremely carefully. If needed, consult with a legal advisor if you campaign has one.
At the bottom of the paragraph there is a check box that you need to select if you agreed to the laws and regulations. That triggers an application form to open. Fill to the best of your abilities the form fields. The information you provide here will be used to confirm that you are a legitimate campaign/candidate/nonprofit drive/PAC.
Click Send button when done.
Your information will be sent to Walk Lists platform and it will be reviewed as soon as possible. If matches public record, rights to access the data for the state of California will be granted. You will receive an email with instructions and details.
When all set and done, you are ready to shop for the voter list.
Navigate to the landing page of Walk Lists and if you are in the same session, exit the browser session by either closing the browser and open it again , or sign out. Sign in with the email you registered.
Click on Buy Voter Data
Select state of California.
That will open several jurisdiction option to pull data of.
Starting from the top, drill down and select the desired filters. For example, select 40th congressional district. That immediately will display the number of registered voters in that jurisdiction.
Afterward, you can continue selecting and filtering down your option. At any point you can check out using the shopping cart. When you are done with Jurisdiction section you can select Move to Demographics.
There you can further specify additional filters by age and gender.
In the example, the selection is 18 to 25 years of age. Next, if you are done with demographics, click on Move to Vote history.
There you have three options to choose from:
party affiliation, Profile Voters, and Voter History.
Party affiliation represents the voter distribution by party in the current filtered selection.
You can select the desired values and they will be applied to the general filter criteria.
Profile Voters is a exceptionally strong filter that will filter down your selection to a especially specific issue voters care about. They either had donated their time or money or both in the past for such an issue.
User can choose from 24 issue driven selections. If you do not notice an option you are looking for, please contact us to find out how we can help.
The last section from the workflow is Voter History. It presents last ten years of primary, special and general elections voting records for absentees, early votes, election day votes and not voted.
At this point the shopping cart if prepared to check out.
There are couple items left. You can remove from the shopping cart cell phones and/or emails or you can leave them there.
Before clicking checkout, select Show selection button to confirm that is what you desire.
Furthermore, for how to navigate in the workflow and what options to select check this article: How to Get a List of Registered Voters
If you have questions or custom request, please contact us.