To divide their county into small districts, and to appoint in each a subcommittee, whose duty it shall be to make a perfect list all the voters in their respective districts, and to ascertain with certainty for whom they will vote. If they meet with men who are doubtful as to the man they will support, such voters should be designated in separate lines, with the name of the man they will probably support. It will be the duty of said subcommittee to keep a constant on the doubtful voters, and from time to time have them talked to by those in whom they have the most confidence and also to place in their hands such documents as will enlighten and influence them. It will also be their duty to report to you, at least once a month, the progress they are making, and on election days see that every Whig is brought to the polls.
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