Talk:United States congressional delegations from New Hampshire

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I wish I knew enough about senate classes to be certain enough to change this myself, but I think the given information may be wrong. I think NH's senate seats are a class II and a class III, not a class I and a class III. official senate website, for one thing, and Classes of U.S. Senators for another.

Right you are, sir. Facts verified, change made. ~ Ross (ElCharismo) 15:05, 28 February 2006 (UTC)

Colors[edit]

Color-shading is insufficient for party designations; we have to add them in text as well. Color-blind readers can't necessarily see them. See Wikipedia:Manual of Style#Formatting issues. Color can be left in, but we need to have also the (D) and (R) for the parties.—Mark Adler (markles) 15:11, 28 February 2006 (UTC)

I agree, and I think this is already done on many Senate tables. May I suggest, though, that we not link every instance - it will greatly increase the size of many pages. --Golbez 15:29, 28 February 2006 (UTC)

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