6 Democrat Senators from California
Because 2 are just not enough
(NBC) - Remember that widely-joked about plan to break California up into six states that died before making it to the ballot for the 2016 state elections? It’s been reincarnated – by the same billionaire who flouted the original plan – but this time, except for six states, the proposal is to split the Golden State into three: Northern California, Southern California and a new California.
The proposal has cleared its first hurdle, and its proponent, billionaire bitcoin enthusiast Timothy Draper, can now begin collecting signatures to qualify for next year’s ballot.
Secretary of State Alex Padilla made the announcement Thursday. Draper must collect signatures of 365,880 registered voters in order to qualify for the ballot. He has 180 days to circulate petitions for the measure, and the signatures will have to be submitted to county elections officials by April 23, 2018.
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The split would look like this: Northern California would include the Bay Area all the way to the Oregon border, Southern California would begin in Fresno and cover most of the southern state.
A new California would also begin in Los Angeles County and cover coastal areas.
So why three states?
The proposal says that the current state of California has 39.5 million people, and Northern California — with the Bay Area as the center of technology — leading in per capita personal income levels across California.
In the current California, wealth is dispropotionately concentrated in the Bay Area, with the San Joaquin Valley being one of the poorest regions in the country.
With three states, income levels would also vary, but the Bay Area would still be among the wealthiest per capita income levels in the country (mainly in San Francisco and Marin County).
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|A Democrat Gerrymander|
Another Leftist scheme to add four new Democrat seats to the U.S. Senate.
Conservative voters in Northern California and the Central Valley have been divided up to prevent any possible election of a Republican. Northern California Republicans were lumped in with the Leftist San Francisco Bay Area. While Conservatives in the southern Central Valley were tossed into now solidly Democrat Southern California.
Map above 2016 California Presidential Election