CLEVELAND--A big campaign push means getting help from some big names, including LeBron James and JR Smith.
Hillary Clinton spent time at Cleveland's Public Auditorium with the Cavs players for a rally, just two days before the presidential election.
The main message to the crowd, "Get out and vote."
"We have to get out and vote, we have to be knowledgeable about what's going on," James said.
Some people in the crowd were decked out in sports apparel for the Cavs cameo.
"My son loves LeBron, and we have been talking about the debates," said Melissa Davis, a Northeast Ohio mom who brought her children to the rally.
Clinton talked about everything from job growth to equal pay for women.
She also addressed the campaign in which she described as hateful.
"Anger is not a plan, anger is not going to get us new jobs with rising incomes that will create a strong, thriving middle class," said the Democratic presidential nominee.
Voters at the event tell Fox 8 they left the rally with a feeling of hope.