President Obama to campaign in North Las Vegas today
Update: Air Force One landed at McCarran International Airport at about 1:10 p.m. Mayor Carolyn Goodman was there to greet President Barack Obama. The President will head to North Las Vegas for a campaign speech set to take place just after 2 p.m.
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- With just five days left in the race for the White House, both campaigns are full steam ahead.
After taking time off to deal with hurricane response, President Obama is on a three-state campaign swing. He is making stops in Wisconsin, Colorado and Nevada.
President Obama is scheduled to be back in Las Vegas on Thursday afternoon.
The president is scheduled to speak at the Cheyenne Sports Complex in North Las Vegas.
Actress Eva Longoria will join him at the grassroots rally.
Doors are set to open at 11:30 a.m. and the president is scheduled to speak just after 2 p.m.
Less that a week before the election, the president is not matching his 2008 leads in swing or toss-up state.
States like North Carolina, Virginia and Florida were solidly Obama in 2007 but are now leaning towards his challenger, Republican Mitt Romney.
A Real Clear Politics poll currently has Obama in the lead in Nevada, but the lead is slim.
He is up by 2.4 percent compared to his 12.5 lead over Sen. John McCain four years ago in Nevada.
And nationally, Real Clear has the president and Mitt Romney tied.
In the end, it may come down to the undecided voters and issues with economy being the biggest concern.
Tomorrow is the last day to cast votes during early voting in Nevada.
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More info about President Obama's visit.
Vice Presidential hopeful Paul Ryan will also be in Las Vegas today.
He will make an appearance tonight at the Mitt Romney election office near Tropicana Avenue and South Grand Canyon.
Doors open at 4 p.m. More details here.