LAS VEGAS (AP) — Former President Bill Clinton will discuss the economy and the choice facing Nevadans in the presidential election when he visits Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon.
Officials for President Barack Obama's campaign announced Saturday that Clinton also will discuss what is at stake in the presidential election for middle-class Nevada families.
The grassroots event, to be held at the Springs Preserve, will occur 11 days before the start of early voting in the swing state of Nevada.
Obama spent three days at Lake Las Vegas preparing for Wednesday's debate and has appeared eight other times throughout the state this year alone.
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