(CNN) - It wouldn't be a presidential trip without criticism from Republicans, and President Barack Obama's visit to Nevada Monday is no exception.
The Republican National Committee and the Mitt Romney presidential campaign released web videos capitalizing on the national unemployment and high foreclosure rates in the Silver State.
The spot from the RNC accuses the president of focusing more attention on his reelection than the unemployed in America.
"For each new campaign office President Obama opens there are over 15,000 new foreclosures," the ad says. "For every million dollars Obama raises, 6,400,000,000 dollars are added to our national debt. Don't you wish we had a president who cared about your job?"
"It's abundantly clear by Air Force One's travel log where his priorities are," RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said in a statement.
Obama will attend a campaign event in Las Vegas Monday afternoon before meeting with homeowners at a private residence. He is scheduled to deliver remarks at two additional campaign events in Los Angeles and another in San Francisco Tuesday.
The president will also announce new efforts to aid homeowners with refinancing, two senior administration officials told CNN.
Team Romney sarcastically welcomed the president to Nevada, as they do ahead of all presidential travel. Nevada residents affected by the economic downturn are seen talking to the camera in the campaign's web video.
"The economy in the last three years since Barack Obama took office, especially Nevada, has nothing but a downtrend," one resident says.
"I just lost my job recently, so I'm officially retired," says another.
Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, issued some advice to the president in a statement: "Sit down with Republicans and work on legislation that will get America working again."
But Ben LaBolt, press secretary for Obama's reelection effort, responded to the new videos by contrasting Romney's economic plan with that of the president.
"It is no surprise that Romney failed to mention his plan for struggling homeowners, rather than allowing responsible homeowners to refinance like the president has," LaBolt said. "Romney would let the foreclosure process 'hit the bottom' so that investors can come in and make a quick buck."
The conservative independent organization Crossroads GPS also released a Spanish version of an English ad that aired earlier in the year, intended to "counter President Obama's visit to the Silver State to sell his latest stimulus package."
Crossroads said the 60-second spot will run on Spanish-language broadcast television stations in the Las Vegas market Monday and Tuesday. The ad buy was $25,000, according to the group.
"Nevada unemployment is sky high while housing has hit rock bottom, and the president's latest Band-Aid is too little, too late," Crossroads GPS communications director Jonathan Collegio said in a statement.
– CNN's Paul Steinhauser and Jessica Yellin contributed to this report.