LAS VEGAS -- President Obama arrived at McCarran International Airport Thursday afternoon for a campaign stop in Southern Nevada just five days before the votes are counted in Campaign 2012.
Once on the ground, the President headed to a rally at the Cheyenne Sports Complex near the College of Southern Nevada's Cheyenne campus. There he was joined by actress Eva Longoria and others. It's estimated about 4,500 people showed up to hear Obama speak.
"We made real progress in the past four years, but Nevada, you know our work is not done," Obama said.
Obama returned to the campaign trail Thursday after suspending events due to the massive storm that devastated the East Coast earlier in the week. The President is on a three-state swing of battleground states.