As we saw with President Obama's visit to Las Vegas last week, the party on the other side of the aisle is reacting to the Republican presidential candidates visiting the Silver State.
The Democratic National Committee and Nevada State Senate Majority Leader Steven Horsford held a conference call Wednesday to emphasize why they feel President Obama is the best candidate for Nevada.
"Without question, Mitt Romney and the rest of the Republican presidential field don't stand with Nevadans on the key issues that matter most," said State Senator Horsford. "Nevada families are hurting and are worried about work."
State Senator Horsford also talked about other economic issues facing Nevada, like foreclosure and the future of Yucca Mountain, as well as the importance of the Hispanic vote -- saying the decision should be clear because of the President's support from immigration reform and the DREAM Act.