The US Virgin Island debate was a large debate on whether or not to make the US Virgin Island should be a state.
Pre DebateThe idea of the US Virgin Islands becoming a state came up several times in the past, but it was always turned down. Every four years, there would be a vote that only citizens of American territories could vote in. This vote would be on whether the territory should be a state. Porta Rico, another island that was once US territory became a state giving the US Virgin Islands the same idea.
Votes weren't to make the US Virgin Islands a state wouldn't be until 2016, two years later. Buy as population in the Virgin Islands grew, so did the number of residents wanting the Virgin Islands to be a state. Campaigns were thrown trying to convince people to whether or not vote for the islands to become a state. When 2016 came, it was voted that the US Virgin Islands should be a state making it the fifty ninth state. The state would be renamed, West Virgin.
|2009||Porta Rican Expansion|
|2010||Porta Rican Separation|
|2011||Texan Struggle, Alaskan Uprising|
|2012||Baja Rebellion, Texan Expansion|
|2013||South Texan Rebellion|
|2014||South Texan Expansion, South Californian Expansion, US Virgin Island Debate, Technology Islands Creation|