Baja was seized by the US during its invasion of Mexico in March 2009. As Portuguese and Mexican forces began to repel the American invaders, a peace deal was signed between the Mexican and American parties. Part of the treaty included temporarily ceding Baja to the US for wargames. Wargames began in April 2009, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday by initiating resistance wars, so that US citizens may fight for six days out of seven. In late April 2009 the wargames were concluded and Baja was ceded back to Mexico as a part of the aforementioned treaty.
Baja was conquered by the US during the Second USA-Mexico War and remained a part of the USA until briefly being liberated during World War V, when it changed hands between Mexico and the US a number of times.
As a result of the Mexico-USA War during World War V, Baja once again became an annexed territory of the United States, along with the Southeast of Mexico. The territories were officially ceded and Mexico compensated in gold.
Baja is neighbored by following regions:
The following table lists the known mayors of Baja in chronological order.
|Date Term Began||Mayor||Party|
|21 June 2008||Nim Rod||Partido Verde|
|21 July 2008||Nim Rod||Partido Verde|
|21 August 2008||Rance Muhammitz||El Gran Partido del Burrito|
|21 September 2008||Theo Theodorakis||El Gran Partido del Burrito|
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