Talk:California's 5th congressional district

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This page needs editting althought I'm not sure what to add. The article has two links to Phillip Burton. From what I can take, there is a father Phillip replaced by one of his son's also named Phillip. The second link after John Burton appears to need a new link.

2010 census[edit]

This page needs to be completely rewritten. As a result of redistricting subsequent to the 2010 Census, California congressional districts were redrawn and renumbered. The new 5th district now comprises Sonoma, Napa and Lake counties with the current incumbent of the former first district, Mike Thompson, running for reelection— Preceding unsigned comment added by 173.17.117.146 (talk) 12:23 pm, Today (UTC−4)

  • Thank you for your suggestion! It doesn't need to be rewritten, it needs new information added! This article should reflect the historical borders as well as the new ones. Don't remove the old, just add the new. Do you think you can do it? Be bold!.—GoldRingChip 16:34, 19 May 2012 (UTC)