Talk:United States congressional delegations from Montana

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Request[edit]

Could someone put the Class 1 succession box on the Burton Wheeler page, I can't figure it out for the life of me.

Re-Org[edit]

I think a slight re-organization of this page is in order, to put congressional delegation eras in chronological order, which will also bring the "Notes" section closer to the chart it refers to. Ross 15:33, 27 February 2006 (UTC)

Named Footnotes[edit]

The footnotes as they are work just fine here, but at some point it may be worth considering to use named notes instead. The current usage links only one way, but taking advantage of <ref name=""> tags would allow for two-way links and a more sophisticated article (albeit a slightly more complicated one).