Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Cal 3: 'Three Californias' Referendum to Appear on November 2018 Ballot

Cal 3: 'Three Californias' Referendum to Appear on November 2018 Ballot

A plan to divide California into three states will appear on the November ballot after the campaign received more than 600,000 signatures. He backed proposals in 2012 and 2014 to create six California states, but both initiatives fell short of gathering enough valid signatures.

Northern California would include cities between the Bay Area and the OR border.

The bottom portion of the state, which would include San Diego and the eastern part of the state with Fresno, would become Southern California, according to a map by the Times.

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Lawmakers would only have 12 months after congressional approval to set the new rules; otherwise the state's debts would automatically split between the three new ones.

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California: This will be considered the new state which includes Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Monterey and San Benito counties. Congress admitted four US states that were split from an existing state: Kentucky, Maine, Vermont, and lastly West Virginia in 1863 during the Civil War.

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In a statement, Cal 3 spokeswoman Peggy Grande said: "The reality is that for an overmatched, overstretched and overwrought state-government structure, it is too big to succeed". Southern California depends more on manufacturing and wholesale, and has a median household income of $45,000.

A SurveyUSA poll found that 72 percent of registered California voters opposed the proposal, while only 17 percent support it, the report said.

The voters will be able to vote on the initiative in California on November 6th.

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The state got closest to dividing itself in 1859, when the state legislature and voters overwhelmingly approved a new "Territory of Colorado" to split southern California from the north. "Californians deserve a better future". The state will be voting on whether to split it up into three in November.

"This measure would cost taxpayers billions of dollars to pay for the massive transactional costs of breaking up the state, whether it be universities, parks or retirement systems", said Steven Maviglio, a Democratic political strategist representing opponents to the effort.

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