"I have fought for Nevada my whole life, but you know, I'm not finished fighting," he told a crowd of about 2,000 packed into a high school gymnasium on the city’s north side.
Reid said early voting, which has seen Democrats accumulate a 6,600-vote lead in early counting, "was very good," but urged his supporters to bring friends and family to the polls. "We're heading into that final round, it's right before us," Reid said. "Let’s take no chances.”
Reid's speech was periodically interrupted by chants of "Harry, Harry, Harry," which prompted a bemused smile from the Senate's top Democrat.
Dubbed "the closer" for her ability to win over reticent voters, this was Obama's second campaign visit for Reid this cycle. She told the crowd he was instrumental in helping pass her husband's legislative agenda.
"This election isn't just about all that we've accomplished these last couple years," she said. "This election is about all that we have left to do.
"My husband can’t do this alone," she added. "He needs leaders like Harry Reid."
It was Reid's only public event on the final day before the pivotal midterm election vote. His opponent, Republican Sharron Angle, did not have a public schedule. She has been increasingly wary of the press, which has had to rely on tips from the public in order to find her. Her most recent interview was with local television reporters who tried to corner her coming out of Las Vegas's McCarran International Airport.
Her campaign did not respond to a request for comment.