Obama Rally Draws Thousands Of Nevadans
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(Las Vegas, NV) — More than 11,000 people packed Desert Pines High School last night to see President Obama.
During his 30-minute speech at the southeast valley campus, the president lowered expectations about his upcoming debate with Mitt Romney, calling him a “good debater” and ranking himself as “just OK.”
Obama told supporters he hoped to have a “serious discussion” about what was needed to “keep this country growing.”
It was the president’s eighth trip to Nevada this year, and his 16th since taking office.