Geocoding voters' addresses is the best way to maintain an accurate and up-to-date voter registration system. With the help of GIS, the geocoding process assigns latitude and longitude coordinates to each address, thereby standardizing how voters' addresses are represented in a registered voter file. Addresses can then be matched against streets on a digital map. After mapping voters' locations, precinct and district boundaries can be overlaid or redrawn while keeping an accurate account of voter assignments. Voter precinct parts auto generate from the district boundaries. KCS assigns each individual precinct part number. Addressing layer data is provided by County GIS. KCS does not manipulate the data. KCS provides a general file to import and override existing precinct parts for the voter registration software.
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