HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) -- Democrat Barack Obama says voters can end divisive politics "once and for all" if they elect him to the White House in three days.
Hunting for votes one last time in Nevada, Obama told an estimated 15,000 people Saturday that their will is more powerful than "the politics of anything goes."
The Illinois senator spoke on a breezy day in Henderson, Nev., about 15 miles southeast of Las Vegas. He is leading in national and key state polls against Republican John McCain.
The mere mention of McCain's name drew boos from the crowd. Obama said: "You don't need to boo. You just need to vote."
Nevada is one of several states Obama hopes to snag from the Republican column.
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