President Barack Obama heads to economically struggling Nevada on Friday. He's turning his attention to the economy after a day spent raising millions of dollars for his campaign and riding a media wave on his newly declared support for same-sex marriage.
Obama plans to promote housing policies to help homeowners avoid
foreclosure. Nevada ranks second in the nation in foreclosed homes and has the highest unemployment in the country.
Obama won in Nevada in his 2008 presidential election. But the economy presents new challenges as well as an opportunity for his Republican rival, Mitt Romney.