Romney Lands at MacArthur

Republican presidential nominee makes a stop in the Town of Islip on trip to Tuesday's big debate.

Mitt Romney landed at Long Island MacArthur Airport Tuesday morning on his way to tonight's presidential debate at Hofstra University. 

The Republican was greeted on the tarmac by Town of Islip officials, including town councilmen John Cochrane, Anthony Senft and Steve Flotteron. 

"I had the honor of welcoming Governor Mitt Romney to the Town of Islip," Flotteron posted on his official Facebook page. "May the best man win the debate tonight!"

Dennis A. O'Connor October 16, 2012 at 10:01 PM
Great photo....A warm welcome to Mitt Romney, the next President of the United States and legitimate Commander in Chief. We are honored. Sock it to HIM tonight. You are our only hope. My family are all pulling for you....Slam dunk....Best wishes from your rootin gallery in West Islip....
Maggie Kent October 17, 2012 at 12:07 AM
Welcome President Romney. Keep the faith!!!


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