Former President Bill Clinton delivered remarks at a campaign event for President Obama in Las Vegas Tuesday. The event was held at the Springs Preserve, a 180-acre site featuring museums, galleries and botanical gardens.
President Clinton's stop comes 11 days before the start of early voting in Nevada - a battleground state in the 2012 election.
Nevada's high Latino population is expected to play a major role in the outcome of the election. A new CNN/ORC poll of Latino voters has Pres. Obama leading in the state with 78% of the voters either certain or leaning toward supporting the President, while only 17% are certain or leaning toward Mitt Romney.