President's speech delayed in Las Vegas
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- President Barack Obama's arrival and speech in Las Vegas will be slightly delayed.
The president will deliver his remarks at 6:10 p.m. at Cashman Center. His speech was originally scheduled for 5:25.
After his speech, President Obama will travel to Aurora, Colorado.
During his speech in Las Vegas, the president is expected to focus on campaign economic policies.
This is his 8th visit this year to Las Vegas.
Republican candidate Mitt Romney was in Reno yesterday to speak to a National Guard Association convention.
Nevada is known as a battleground state and both candidates have spent a lot of time in the state trying to woo voters.