LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- Early voting has already started in Nevada, and presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are well aware of that fact.
As an important swing state, both men who want to be the next president will spend some time this week with local voters.
Romney and running mate Paul Ryan will be in Henderson on Tuesday at an event scheduled to begin at 11:45 a.m.
At their campaign office at Tropicana and 215, a spokesman says they've already passed out about 5,000 tickets in person and online.
The event will be there first joint appearance together. A campaign official expects Romney to talk about creating 12 million jobs in four years and a new way forward.
On the same side of town but different side of the political divide, the Obama campaign office in Summerlin was abuzz with activity.
The Obama campaign expects to see thousands at his rally at Doolittle Park on Wednesday. His speech will compare the two different visions for moving the country forward and his focus to rebuild the middle class.
First lady Michelle Obama will campaign Friday in Las Vegas.