Talk:United States congressional delegations from Arizona

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This page's layout doesn't make any sense; the congressmen are listed alphabetically (they should be listed chronologically); and the dates listed are their birth/death dates (very confusing; the dates of their appointments would be much more appropriate--especially if positioned AFTER their office!) Furthermore, the should be broken down by House and era (e.g. Territorial vs. Statehood). Iroll 17:48, 22 Mar 2004 (UTC)

Good thots (IMO but without refreshing my memory of the article). You might want to consider each period in which the number of seats doesn't change as an "era": there's a lot of continuity, in most states, within these eras, but crossing their boundaries is confusing, e.g., the new 3rd district may in some sense be the old 2nd, with the 2nd having newly populated territory and a new face. --Jerzy(t) 18:21, 2004 Mar 22 (UTC)

I think the addition of a simple subtitle serves to more clearly delineate the Territorial and Statehood eras of Congressional representation. Ross 15:27, 27 February 2006 (UTC)

PVI Leans Out Of Date[edit]

The PVI leans of the district are out of date-O'Halleran's district is R+1, and Sinema's is D+5. ~~Joe~~

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