To add a new constituency to your database, follow these steps: 
  1. Go to Constituents and click Constituencies under Configuration. Note: If you are not able to see this area, you may need system roles added to your account. See our related solution: I am not able to see Constituencies in the Constituents area
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  2. This will bring you to the Constituencies area. You will see all of the Constituencies that already exist in your system here. We recommend reviewing the list to ensure you do not add duplicate Constituency Codes. To add a new user-defined Constituency Code, on the left under Tasks, click Go to Constituency Code Table. Note: You can also access this code table from Administration > Code Tables. 
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  3. Click Add to add a new Constituency code table entry. 
To add a new Constituency Code to a Constituent record: 
  1. Open the constituent's record. You can use Constituent Search to do this. 
  2. Go to the Personal Info Tab and click the Constituencies sub-tab. 
  3. Click Add and select the type of Constituency you would like to add: 
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  4. If you have selected to add a new user-defined constituency, you will also need to select the specific constituency from the drop down menu. 
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  5. Add any dates if applicable. 
  6. Click Save
You can also add a new user-defined constituency through Altru's Global Change Process. For more information, see our related article: Can I add a constituency to multiple constituent records at once?