For the last three years, 95% of Americans walked the streets of many American cities and lived their lives without a single thought of the state of Wyoming.
The last time people thought about the state was in 2008 when the presidential election occurred, and even then Presidential Candidate Mike Huckabee was heard saying "I can't believe that I forgot to campaign in Wyoming."
The citizens of Wyoming are outraged by the shortage of Americans who actually don't leave Wyoming blank on a geography test. The Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, launched a "Remember Wyoming" campaign, which would cost Wyoming 3.4 Billion dollars, but would inform Americans that Wyoming does exist.
The last time Americans forgot a state was in 1995 when Americans suddenly remembered that there was also a South Dakota.