President Obama will be back in Vegas campaigning this coming Wednesday and there are tickets available for President Obama’s speech in Las Vegas
The President will be speaking at Cashman Field Center located in downtown Las Vegas on North Las Vegas Blvd and Washington Ave. this Wednesday and there is a chance that you get a ticket today.
Tickets are going to be distributed starting at 3pm today.
The Cashman Field Center address is street address is:
850 Las Vegas Blvd North
Las Vegas, NV 89101
The doors to Cashman Center will open at 3pm and the President is expected to give his speech at 5:35pm.
If you want to see the President live and in person tickets will be distributed today starting at 3pm at the following locations;
Get your tickets to see President Obama deliver his campaign speech at:
Organizing for America Office – Windmill and Jones
6030 W Windmill, #D, Las Vegas, NV
Organizing for America Office – Horizon Ridge and Valley Verde
1720 Horizon Ridge, #120, Henderson, NV
Organizing for America Office – Cheyenne and Simmons
3440 W Cheyenne Ave, Suite 300, Las Vegas, NV
Organizing for America Office – Rainbow and Ann Road
5061 N. Rainbow, Suite #150, Las Vegas, NV
You can only receive one ticket per person and they are on a first come first served.
The President gave his first “official” campaign speech a few weeks ago on 8-23-12 when he spoke at Canyon Springs High School located in North Las Vegas. During his first official campaign stop in Las Vegas, President Obama spoke about the importance of education of our youth.
Education is of course, extremely important here in Nevada where the high school drop out rate has been estimated at nearly 50%.
A more pressing issue though is the long term unemployment that has plagued our state with benefits for the long term unemployed reduced thus creating a horrible, deplorable situation for those unfortunate enough to be facing the throes of unemployment.
Is it any wonder that our drop rate for students has risen to correlate with the long term joblessness?
Adding the high foreclosure rate to the mix, pushes Las Vegas even further down in terms of basic livability.
Will the President address these tough, key issues at his speech in order to rally the troops to win “four more years”?
Since his troops in Las Vegas have largely been comprised of union supporters and minority groups who have been affected by the economic devastation since he has taken office, it remains to be seen if he will be supported as much as was in the previous election.
If you do attend, please feel free to share your thoughts.