The 51st State of the United States of America
How Bennettland Became a State
- Bennettland asked Congress for admission
- Congress passed an enabling act
- A state constitution was drafted by a territorial convention
- The constitution was put to a popular vote in Bennettland
- The constitution was submitted to Congress for consideration
- Congress passed an act of admission to create the State of Bennettland
- President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the act to admit Bennettland into the union
Facts about Bennettland
Bennettland is governed by Aldric Bennett. The state's senators are Brian Miller and S. L. Leach of the Democratic party. There are 700 House of Representative Members for Bennettland; due to the state's massive population, laws that govern House of Representative Members for each state were revised.
Major imports include seaweed and rice cakes. The state's exports include Expo white board cleaner and industrial pollution.
Bennettland has several universities and colleges, such as Trash Can University, Versace State University, and Meme State Community College. TCU has a famous ultimate frisbee team, while VSU is world-renowned for their water polo team.
The Moist River flows through the middle of Bennettland.
Bennettland is split up into 404 counties. The largest city is Bennetropolis, located in Bellringer County.
Bennettland occupies the space formerly known as the Canadian provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. It borders the states of Washington, Idaho, and Montana.
Bennettland is known as the "Watch This State".
Bennettland's motto is "In It to Win It."