State of Sonora

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State of Sonora
Estado de Sonora
Seal of Sonora
Flag Seal
Motto: Ditat Deus
(Aegean: "God Enriches")
Anthem:Arizona March Song
Location of Sonora in the Mexican Federal Republic
Map of Sonora
Capital
and largest city
Hermosillo
Official language Castilian[a]
Demonym State of Sonora Sonoran
Government Unitary constitutional
presidential republic
 -  Governor Claudia Pavlovich
 -  President of the Senate Dylan T. Scott
 -  Speaker of the Assembly Daniel A. McGowan
 -  Chief Justice Scott Bales
Legislature Legislature
 -  Upper house Senate
 -  Lower house Assembly
Federal representation
 -  Senate seats 3
 -  House seats 31 (6.58%)
History of Sonora
 -  Admitted into the
Aegean Federation
February 24, 1463 
 -  Independence from the
Aegean Federation
July 4, 1476 
 -  First constitution August 3, 1476 
 -  Union with the
United States
March 1, 1481 
 -  Current constitution February 14, 1612[b] 
 -  Confederation with
the United States
January 1, 1681 
Area
 - Total295,234 km²
113,990 mi²
 -  Water (%) 0.32
Elevation
 -  Highest point San Francisco Mountain
3,851.8 m
(12,637 ft)
 -  Mean 1,936.9 m
(6,355 ft)
 -  Lowest point Sea level
(Gulf of California)

m
(0 ft)
Population
 -  1710 census 6,552,255
 -  Density 22.19 / km²
(57.47 / mi²)
GDP (PPP) 1712 estimate
 -  Total $261.304 × 10⁹
 -  Per capita $39,880
GDP (nominal) 1712 estimate
 -  Total MX$ 261.304 × 10⁹
 -  Per capita MX$ 39,880
Gini (1710)positive decrease 31.7 medium
HDI (1712) 0.865 very high
QLI (1713) 7.911 high
IEF (1713) 79.4 Mostly Free
Currency Mexican peso (MX$) (MXP)
Time zone Sonora Time (UTC–7)
 -  Summer (DST) Not observed (UTC–7)
Drives on the right
Calling code NUM
Postal code 85000 – 85399
85500 – 85799
86000 – 86099
86300 – 86599
Interlink TLD
a.  Officially, the Sonora Castilian dialect of Castilian.
b.  The current Constitution, adopted as a replacement of the 1476 Constitution, was ratified by the People of Sonora on December 4, 1611, and went into effect on February 14, 1612.
c.  Sonora State Government-use only.