President Obama Now At Lynn University

President Obama On Campus At Lynn

President Obama is on campus at Lynn University, touring before tonight's debate. Photo: Courtesy Boca Raton Police Department.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — President Obama arrived at Lynn University moments ago. His motorcade making its way through Boca Raton and onto the campus.

The President will get a tour of the debate hall and likely stand in briefly for camera angles and lighting. Both candidates are permitted an opportunity to “get comfortable” with the venue so there are no surprises when they appear for the debate this evening.

With the President on campus, the area is essentially locked down, and will be now for quite some time. While it is unlikely that the President will remain on campus for more than an hour, security is now at its highest level with President Obama and his entourage in the area.

UPDATE: We have just learned that Mitt Romney is also on campus for a brief visit and tour. As we have been reporting all day, expect massive traffic situations throughout the rest of the day.

Click here for the latest road closures and information.


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