Time: Delaware's influence over national politics has steadily dwindled since becoming the first state to ratify the Constitution in 1787. Sam Moreno (Du Pont Board Of Directors): This crucial, hotly contested race is certain to have the most lasting impact on Delaware politics of any election in the state. Immigration: Every day, hundreds attempt to illegally cross the border between Animal Kingdom and Epcot. Steve Hessert (Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Commissioner): The showdown between the incumbent water reclamation commissioner, Hessert, and the former two-term governor of Florida is expected to be tight, although most analysts give the edge to the sitting commissioner. Sexual Health: An alarming study found that almost 70 percent of adults in Georgia have had an impure sexual thought in the last year. Nathan Holcomb (Suitors): Their competition for the heart of Miss Abigail Saunders has become the talk of all Savannah. will finally grant the state full access to all the letters of the alphabet. Green Sea Turtle (Extinction): With increasing pollution and human encroachment on their natural habitat, the race is on to see which one of these endangered reptiles will survive come November. House District 1): Labrador has continued to receive support from rural Idahoans after painting Piotrowski as a snobby, prissy candidate representing elitist Missoula, Montana values. Senate): The crucial outcome of this race could determine whether Republicans block legislation with a 53-47 majority or a 52-48 majority. Valentine's Day Massacre of 1929 is remembered fondly in Illinois as a symbol of a bygone era when just seven people being gunned down in Chicago was considered an unprecedented tragedy. Piracy: Illegal pirated copies of corn sold on the black market cost the state an estimated 0 million annually. Abortion: Legislators are considering comprehensive reforms to ensure pregnant teens have easy access to churches in their area. Coal Mining: Residents are still trying to figure out when this industry switched from one they were desperate to help their children escape to one they were desperate to keep in their state. Global Warming: Rising sea levels threaten to catalyze the invention of some sort of new boat-trolley hybrid that inebriated tourists will be able to both paddle and drive around New Orleans. A single unending parade has been meandering through New Orleans' streets since 1876. The state motto, "Oro y Plata," which is Spanish for "Gold and Silver," recognizes the importance of blue-collar work to the state and of having immigrants do it. Illegal Immigration: The scourge of illegal aliens pouring across the Mexican border is more horrifying than any statistical evidence to the contrary. Location: The state's residents, businesses, and cultural institutions continue to be severely hampered by their unfavorable location in North Dakota. Oklahoma City became the site of the country's first parking meter in 1935, and shortly thereafter, the site of its first utterance of "Oh, give me a fucking break." Environment: Some asshole keeps putting their trash out on the curb on the wrong day, and the raccoons are really having a field day in there. Fracking: After betting it all on steel for the entire 20th century, the state is looking ahead to the next industry it can put all its eggs into for several generations. Nomenclature: State residents are starting to realize that calling a water fountain a "bubbler" is making them look dumb. Stop Being A State (Statehood): The rest of the nation has had enough and decided that Rhode Island needs to stop kidding itself and at least triple in size or just give up this fucking charade and be absorbed into Connecticut already. There's a good chance you'll never have to go there in your life. Tennessee is known as "The Volunteer State" in recognition of the state's shockingly low-wage jobs.At a collective average of G-sharp above middle C, Georgia residents speak with the highest-pitched voices in the Union. Hawaii is the only state admitted to the Union after we should have known better. Sun Valley is a popular resort region whose stark remoteness inspired Ernest Hemingway's most famous self-inflicted shotgun wound. Gay People Forcing Florists To Make Flower Arrangements For Their Weddings Against Their Will: Legislators are pretty sure this happened once. Deforestation: Roughly 50,000 acres of Maine woods are harvested annually to become Stephen King's newest manuscript. Economy: Nebraska lives in a perpetual state of terror that people will stop liking corn. (District 8, Department 15 Judicial Election): Whoever is chosen here should be fine. Joining in 1864, Nevada was the first uninhabitable state admitted to the Union. White privilege was created in Rhode Island during the first modern game of polo played near Newport in 1876. Jose Martinez: Government officials estimate this 48-year-old Hispanic immigrant has singlehandedly taken 11,000 jobs from local citizens. Imagine the “Farmers Only” song with Trump loving lyrics, and you’re halfway there.
Here are the most spectacular from all 50 states: Alabama — Cathedral Cavern State Park Declared a National Natural Landmark in 1972, these incredible caves were opened as a state park in 2000.
Wrong Shape: There's no denying it—the shape of Idaho is wrong. Political Gridlock: Several honest assemblymen are obstructing the normal corruption process. Various Candidates (Cullman County School Board): Hundreds of thousands of Americans fighting for democracy apparently lost their lives for Gene Sullins, Heath Albright, and Wayne Myrex to waltz into the Dawson County School Board unopposed. Fracking: Protestors are hopeful that anti-fracking restrictions will allow Nevada to remain the pristine desert hellscape that God intended it to be. Drug Abuse: A statewide opiate epidemic is leading voters to weigh the prospect of making heroin even more illegal. Chris Sununu (Governor): The namesake of some future bridge just outside Portsmouth hangs in the balance. House District 1): The Democratic incumbent faces off against a challenger who also swore as a teenager that he'd never stick around in New Jersey this long. Natural Disasters: The frequency of hurricanes and flooding in the state highlights the need to get some stuff worth protecting. Our Kind (Control Of This Country): It's people like you who are ruining this country! Henry Falmouth vs Georgette Banks (Conroe School Board): The two candidates are engaged in a brutal battle over which version of the Bible should be taught in public schools.
President): Once again, no race will have a greater impact on the future than the 2000 presidential race.
However, the Denali National Park has to take the top prize.
The 3 charts below are based on the GIA (Gemological Institute of America) "Color Stone Grading System", where the Color with it's various Hues, the Tone, and the Saturation of color in a particular gem is listed.