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Nevada Hoping All This Exposure Helps Them Land an Agent

by Zach Raffio. @zachraffio.

RENO, NV. - All eyes are on the state of Nevada today, as they look to wrap up counting mail-in ballots for the 2020 Presidential Election to decide whether their six electoral votes go to Joe Biden and end the race where it stands. The state, while excited to have uninterrupted national attention, is hoping that the exposure will help them finally land an agent after years of trying, representatives confirmed.


“Exposure like this doesn’t happen every day, we don’t want to waste it,” noted Governor Steve Sisolak while taking fresh headshots of Lake Tahoe exteriors. “We’ve been pretty fortunate to get some fun work due to Las Vegas, but hoping this can seal the deal and show that we have something big to offer long-term. It’d be thrilling to sign with CAA or UTA, but at this point, even something small that can send us out for commercials would be a nice start.”


The vote count has reportedly been on the slower side as the state splits its time between counting and making sure its reel is as up-to-date as possible. Agents, however, were still a bit skeptical.


“They’re definitely having a moment, but that doesn’t mean they’re gonna book,” noted agent Rick DeTerrance, who currently represents heavy hitters such as Pennsylvania and Michigan. “Everyone gets a viral moment eventually. It comes down to whether they can turn it into a brand, and churn out a continuous stream of engaging content. And there’s only a Presidential Election every four years. They’re gonna have to do something really special for the 2022 midterms.”


The Silver State itself was excited by their hot moment.


“We gained, like, 20,000 new followers in two days,” noted Nevada while deleting thirsty DMs from new fans. “We did that thing where we comment under the main story like ‘looking for representation, follow us if you like national parks and elk’ - I know some people don’t like that, but hey, shoot your shot.”


At press time, Nevada is currently working on several fall-back plans should their search for a rep come up short. These include sponsored Senate votes, starting an OnlyFans featuring photos of their numerous, sprawling goldmines, or launching a web series with other content creators such as Arizona and, if they can clean up their bad boy image, Maine’s Third Congressional District.