President Barack Obama will be in Las Vegas, Nevada for a campaign rally on Sunday, September 30, 2012, after the rally the President will be staying at home in Henderson, Nevada to prepare for the first Presidential debate which takes place October 3, 2012 at the University of Denver, in Denver, Colorado.
The campaign rally on Sunday will take place at Desert Pines High School, doors open at 4:00 p.m. Tickets will be available on Thursday at Obama For America (OFA) offices throughout the valley. To find an OFA office near you, click here.
The Las Vegas Sun reported today that President Obama will stay at an undisclosed location to hunker down for some much-needed debate preparation.
Neither White House nor campaign officials would confirm the exact location, but have said it will be in Henderson. Political journalist Jon Ralston reported on Twitter that Obama will be staying at Lake Las Vegas.
Obama has no other public events scheduled during his time here. He is scheduled to leave on Wednesday. But a campaign source said he will likely make some "unplanned" local stops during his time in Southern Nevada.
President Obama’s visit to Nevada on Sunday will be his 9th visit to the Silver State this year.
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