In 2014, Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper presents his driver's license for identification purposes to Heather Ditty, elections manager for the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters, as he turns in boxes of petitions for a ballot initiative that would ask voters to split California into six separate states in Sacramento. The effort failed to qualify for the ballot then. On Tuesday, Draper's proposal to split California into three states qualified for the November ballot, the Secretary of State's Office announced.
In 2014, Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper presents his driver's license for identification purposes to Heather Ditty, elections manager for the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters, as he turns in boxes of petitions for a ballot initiative that would ask voters to split California into six separate states in Sacramento. The effort failed to qualify for the ballot then. On Tuesday, Draper's proposal to split California into three states qualified for the November ballot, the Secretary of State's Office announced. Rich Pedroncelli AP file
In 2014, Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper presents his driver's license for identification purposes to Heather Ditty, elections manager for the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters, as he turns in boxes of petitions for a ballot initiative that would ask voters to split California into six separate states in Sacramento. The effort failed to qualify for the ballot then. On Tuesday, Draper's proposal to split California into three states qualified for the November ballot, the Secretary of State's Office announced. Rich Pedroncelli AP file
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Split California in three? The clock is ticking for proponents to get it on the ballot

December 20, 2017 05:30 AM