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Plan to split California into six states gets enough signatures to appear on 2016 ballot

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Jul
2014

Venture capitalist Tim Drapers plan to split up California into six separate states has apparently gained enough signatures to earn itself a spot on the November 2016 ballot. A spokesperson for the Six Californias initiative told Reuters that the required signature threshold — approximately 808,000 — has already been crossed, and organizers will be presenting the list to officials in Sacramento tomorrow. Supporters say breaking up California would allow the various regions of what Draper calls an ungovernable state to focus on local interests more closely and better serve their constituents. We have many things going on that just aren’t working in California, Draper said on Fox Business in April.

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