Stars Come Out for Barack Obama and Sarah Palin

Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen were with Hillary Clinton for Obama and Sarah Palin was with Aaron Tippin.

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With three weeks until Election Day, the stars are coming out for the McCain and Obama campaigns, and our Whispers campaign team hit the road over the weekend to bring you pictures of the highlights. In Arkansas, our Suzi Parker found Sen. Hillary Clinton with old pals and TV biggies Ted Danson and wife Mary Steenburgen touting Sen. Barack Obama. Hillary singled out one of the signs in the crowd of 3,000: "My favorite: Chelsea's momma for Obama."

Farther north, in Johnstown, Pa., our Nikki Schwab attended a "Victory Rally" with Gov. Sarah Palin Saturday morning. Palin was introduced by country music artist Aaron Tippin, who performed his new single "Drill Here, Drill Now!" for the raucous crowd. "I get the chance to introduce a lady who is finally one of us," he said before Palin took to the stage with kids Piper, Willow, and Trig in tow. Palin backed off the harsher criticism of Obama and instead focused mainly on the issues of energy and abortion.

Palin rally photos courtesy of Rick Schwab