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Thursday, June 14, 2018

California may get 6 Democrat Senators

Six Democrat Senators

  • California has gone from voting in 1984 for Reagan with 57.5% of the vote to 61.7% for Clinton. 
  • Dividing California now only allows the Democrat population centers to elect more Democrat Senators.

(Daily Wire)  -  A new proposal to break up California into three states received enough signatures on Tuesday to make it onto the November 6 ballot. Now all it takes is a majority of California voters supporting it to start dismantling the country's most populous, wealthy and radical state.
The Los Angeles Times provides some more details on what would be "the first division of an existing U.S. state since the creation of West Virginia in 1863":
If a majority of voters who cast ballots agree, a long and contentious process would begin for three separate states to take the place of California, with one primarily centered around Los Angeles and the other two divvying up the counties to the north and south. Completion of the radical plan — far from certain, given its many hurdles at judicial, state and federal levels — would make history. ...
The proposal aims to invoke Article IV, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution, the provision guiding how an existing state can be divided into new states. Draper’s plan calls for three new entities — Northern California, California and Southern California — which would roughly divide the population of the existing state into thirds.
Northern California would consist of 40 counties stretching from Oregon south to Santa Cruz County, then east to Merced and Mariposa counties. Southern California would begin with Madera County in the Central Valley and then wind its way along the existing state’s eastern and southern spine, comprising 12 counties and ultimately curving up the Pacific coast to grab San Diego and Orange counties.
The man behind the proposal is Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper, who tried and failed in the past to convince Californians to divide the state into six new states — an effort undone in part because of questions about the economic viability of some of the new states, which his new proposal addresses better, and election officials invalidating many of the signatures on the proposal. Maybe the second time's the charm.

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The GOP is almost extinct
Democrat vote rich Southern and Northern California would dominate the three newly created states. All the Republican counties are low population.
Even "Conservative" San Diego and Orange counties in SoCal voted for Clinton.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

NO.. They Get TWO... They can break into a thousand pieces, which can fight over the TWO, but they get TWO. IF, by some absurd means they did get 6.. EVERY state is going to start splitting.... soon we'll need a flag the size of a barn just to sew on all the stars. Would be a HORRIBLE precedent....