Tim Draper, a wealthy Silicon Valley venture capitalist has begun collecting signatures on a proposal to divide the state of California into six separate states. He needs to collect over 800,000 signatures by mid-July to make the November 2014 state ballot. The six states would be named Jefferson, North California, Central California, Silicon Valley, West California, and South California and can be seen in this Google Map overlay, with demographic data about each potential state. Nonetheless, even if such a proposal passed voters in November, it would still require approval by the U.S. House of Representatives, the U.S. Senate, and the measure would have to be approved by the President of the United States. Obviously, the state of Silicon Valley would have the nation's highest per capita income and the state of Central California would have the nation's lowest per capita income, behind Mississippi. A simple outline map with great demographic data can be found on the Legislative Analyst's Office website.