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Long Island State Polls - We Invite and Value your Input into the Creation of our State - Whether we are the 51st or 52nd - We will become a State with your help  
Determining the Long Island State Western Border
 
 
THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU LEAVE IT UP TO POLITICIANS
 

The first known proposal of Long Island as its own state was published in The New York Times in 1896.
Sugar refiner Adolph Molenhaur claimed other big cities in New York did not take Long Island into account when making decisions and were spending money without any benefit to Long Island's interests.

In 1996,
a non-binding vote took place in which the idea of secession was approved.
However, no further action was taken at that time.

On March 28, 2008, Suffolk County, New York comptroller Joseph Sawicki proposed a plan that would make Long Island (specifically, Nassau and Suffolk counties) the 51st state of the United States of America[3] (or, should Upstate New York and/or Western New York be included in the breakup of New York State, the 52nd or 53rd). Sawicki said that all the Long Island taxpayers' money would stay on Long Island, rather than the funds being dispersed all over the entire state of New York.[citation needed]

In 2009, there was a call for home rule of Long Island by political leaders who were angry about a tax. Suffolk County was on board with the plan but Nassau County showed no support.

In 2010, the Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano had a plan to combine Nassau and Suffolk counties and to secede from New York and wanted to formally look into the idea.

 
 
 
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The CROSS ISLAND PARKWAY & THE BELT PARKWAY will be the WESTERN STATE BORDER.

We want this Poll to help Determine the SOUTH WESTERN STATE BORDER.

Choose from Below the One that you feel is the most feasible to accomplish.


Date Latest Polls Votes
28-May-24 Determining the Long Island State Western Border 1 votes
04-Mar-23 Investment / Sponsorship Opportunities in LI Statehood 8 votes
04-Mar-23 First Governor of Long Island State? 13 votes
04-Mar-23 Long Island State on the 2024, 2026, 2028 Ballot 14 votes
30-Nov-22 Choose the Fruit, Vegetable or Crop that Best Symbolizes LI STATE 14 votes
30-Nov-22 Choose the Flower that best symbolizes LI STATE 10 votes
30-Nov-22 Choose the Color of LI State Flag 11 votes
30-Nov-22 Choose the Animal, Fish or Bird that Best Symbolizes LI State 10 votes
30-Nov-22 Choose the Township of the LI STATE Capitol Building 16 votes
30-Nov-22 Choose your State Capitol Location 14 votes
11-Nov-12 Time for Long Island Statehood 283 votes

 
ALWAYS REMEMBER THE TENNESSEE PLAN WHEN CONFRONTED WITH OPPOSITION FROM THE COWARDS AND PROGRESSIVES
 
Tennessee
Admitted: June 1, 1796
Population: 77,262
Prior time as territory: 6 years
Journey to statehood: Took place without congressionally approved "enabling act," and in so doing blazed a trail for six future states that would similarly barge into the Union without first being invited. Tennessee's first two "senators" were denied entry to Congress, but the territory later lobbied successfully for admission. Its first officially recognized congressman, Andrew Jackson, was elected in August 1796.
 
 
 
     
     
     
     
 
 

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