The rock band Neon Trees is a headliner, but on Monday night, the group of four musicians served as the opening act to the third and final Presidential debate
The presidential debate at Lynn University brought out more than 3,500 journalists to Boca Raton, including a large contingent from CBS4 News.
South Florida’s small Lynn University in Boca Raton is an a big spotlight Monday night as Barack Obama and Mitt Romney head into their third and final debate .
Lynn University’s campus is abuzz as the final Presidential debate is just hours away.
Millions of people will be watching debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney on television Monday night. A select group of lucky Lynn University students, however, will get to watch history unfold live in their debate hall.
Republican presidential hopeful Governor Mitt Romney remained mum on the subject as to whether he would be open to one on one talks with Iran if he was elected.
After two years of planning and preparation, the third and final presidential candidate debate is less than two days away. For Lynn University President Dr. Kevin Ross the last two years make up just a small fraction of his history with the school which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
The third and final Presidential debate is having a major impact on local businesses in Boca Raton. Many have been working since April to prepare for the big event.
As her husband prepares for the third and final presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton Monday, First Lady Michelle Obama will be rallying supporters at Broward College in Davie.
Monday’s third and final presidential debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton could play a pivotal role in the outcome of the race for the White House but the debate is also playing a pivotal role for the town of Boca Raton.