Bill Clinton campaigns for President Obama in Las Vegas
Former President Clinton campaigned for Obama in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Bill Clinton held a rally to support President Obama's re-election bid in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
The former president and rock star of the Democratic Party spoke to hundreds of Barack Obama supporters at Springs Preserve in the late afternoon.
Senator Harry Reid made introductory remarks before Congresswoman Shelley Berkley walked Clinton out to the podium.
Clinton spent some of his speech addressing claims made recently by Mitt Romney.
He also touched on issues important to voters in Nevada, including energy, education and jobs.
Clinton urged local voters to head to the polls and vote for President Obama on election day in just four weeks.
Event organizers said just under 2,000 people attended the event.