Moving forward – The state of New California sends representatives to Washington DC

The state of New California is moving forward. Today they sent two delegates to Washington DC to represent the 51st state.

It’s another historic day for the state of New California.

The State of New California is preparing for statehood.

This idea seemed strange until it was pointed out that it was following precedent. The state of West Virginia was formed during the Civil War when the citizens of the new state disagreed with the unconstitutional action of the state of Virginia to secede and form a new state.

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The brave men and women of West Virginia stood strong and created a new state under the US Constitution. The new state was granted statehood during the Civil War.

The state of New California is following the same model.

The State of New California shares the following on its website.

Required for New California

The US Declaration of Independence of 1776, the Alta California Declaration of Independence of 1836, and the Sonoma Declaration of 1846 declared the right of the people to throw off the bonds of tyranny in the states of Alta California and California, respectively.

The present state of California has become governed by a tyranny, rivaling that expressed in the above document. Hence the United States Declaration of Independence of 1776, the Constitution adopted by the United States Congress in 1783, the Alta California Declaration of Independence of 1836, the Sonoma Declaration of 1846, and the California State Constitution of 1848. The rights, responsibilities, duties of the people who suffer a long train of abuse and dispossession at the hands of a tyrannical government. Abolishing a government by the people and for the people under God and establishing a new government.

Article IV Section 3 of the United States Constitution

“Congress may admit new states into this union; but no new state shall be formed or created within the jurisdiction of any other state; nor shall any state be formed by the union of two or more states, or parts of states, without the consent of the legislatures of the respective states as well as of Congress.”

United States Declaration of Independence

“Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these purposes, it is the right of the people to change or abolish it, and to institute new government, founded on such principles and organizing its powers in such form. appears to affect their safety and happiness”.

State partition process

West Virginia was separated from Confederate Virginia in 1861 when Virginia attempted to secede from the Union. The process begins when a state’s legislature first votes to split the state. Once the measure passes both the state legislature and senate in the form of a resolution, it is submitted to Congress. Both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate must vote to pass the resolution to split the state.

i amNo state was brought into the Union which could not demonstrate the capacity for self-government. New California will exhibit a system of governance modeled after the United States’ Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights…

i amNew California would be the 6th largest state behind New York (bigger than Illinois and Pennsylvania). New California is projected to carry 25-27 US House seats. Old California would become the second most populous state after Texas and overtake Florida, losing 25-27 seats in the US House of Representatives.

Below is a summary of the new state of California:

Today the state of New California sent its first two delegates to Washington DC

New California State Delegates Patty Plumb of Shasta County and Josh Disney of San Benito County Photo NuCali News, 10th Constitutional Convention for the State of New California, January 12-14, 2023, Sheraton Hotel, Anaheim, CA

New California took a big step as the 51st state movement sent only two delegates to Washington DC to inform, educate and advocate for the state.

Following the 10th Constitutional Convention in Anaheim, CA on January 13-14, 2023 and the state’s constitution delegates elected to go to Congress to adopt a case for statehood. The House of Representatives consisted of 7 representatives and 2 senators elected as representatives.

All were represented in the New California State Legislature and elected overwhelmingly by both the New California State Assembly and Senate.

The first two go

The first two to go to Washington DC were Patty Plumb of Shasta County and Joshua Disney of San Benito County.

From the notification letter to Speaker Kevin McCarthy:


Kevin McCarthy

Dear Mr. Speaker:

“The State of New California seeks to enter the Union of States known as the United States of America, and requests an Act of Admission to facilitate the citizens of the State of New California to create 51.St status.

State of New California Seeks admission to the United States on par with other states. The Constitution shall always be republican in form and shall not conflict with the principles of the US Constitution or the Declaration of Independence.

Since February 2017, New Californians have been exercising their constitutional right to form the State of California following the process authorized and codified in Articles 3 and 4 of the United States Constitution. Fifty New California State County Committees were formed with the express purpose of creating the State of New California. When New California is formed its population of rural New Californians will be over 19 million people………………

“The timing is perfect to go with our first representative representatives at this point as both houses are on recess. We need this time to make the necessary communications before the session begins,” said Paul Preston, president and founder of the New California State Movement.

Godspeed New California.