Peggy Grande

spokesperson, “Cal 3” campaign

spokesperson, “Cal 3” campaign

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A proposal to divide California into three states will likely be on the November ballot. More than enough signatures have been gathered -- they just need to be verified.

Splitting California into three states: Would voters say yes?

A proposal to divide California into three states will likely be on the November ballot. More than enough signatures have been gathered -- they just need to be verified.

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