Talk:Massachusetts's 5th congressional district

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Added Data from the 2000 Census- 2/18/05 Massrepublican

The Census stats are incorrectly termed. White, Asian, and Black are races, not ethnicities. Hispanic is the only 'ethnicity', which can be of any race.

Tom Tierney[edit]

The Republican, Tom Tierney, listed in the 2004 race, links to a mayor in Ireland. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Calc rulz (talkcontribs) 18:07, 5 September 2012 (UTC)

Wiki has an outdated map of the Massachusetts Fifth Congressional District that does not account for 2012 redistricting.[edit]

The map attached to the entry for Massachusetts' Fifth Congressional District refers to that state's districts as based on 2000 Census statistics. The map does not show the 2012 redistricting map of the Fifth District. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Arthurblenheim (talkcontribs) 15:35, 24 July 2013 (UTC)