June 3, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter (2) before the game against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE
Who's voting for whom?
With the election just weeks away, Americans everywhere will soon decide whether President Barack Obama or GOP nominee Mitt Romney has earned their vote. Many athletes have voiced their support of both candidates over the past year. Click through to find out who these sports stars plan on voting for.
"The Greatest" has thrown his support behind Barack Obama in this year's presidential race.
Three-time gold medal-winning swimmer Rowdy Gaines appeared with several other Olympic athletes at the GOP convention to support the Republican candidate.
Mayweather is outspoken about everything, so it isn’t surprising that he’s voiced his support for President Obama.
Former NBA player Greg Anthony appears in a television ad for the Romney campaign that airs in his home state of Nevada.
Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz plays in blue for the NY Giants, but he’s also voting blue this November…he has declared his support for Obama.
Former NBA player Chris Dudley has given over $7,500 to the Romney campaign.
The Yankees’ captain has made it clear that he will be supporting Obama this November.
While campaigning in Ohio this September, Romney was joined by golf legend Jack Nicklaus at a Columbus rally.
Anthony is one of a number of basketball players who participated in "Obama's Classic" — a fundraiser for the President earlier this year.
The gold medal-winning former Olympian claims that the success of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City was due largely in part to the leadership of Mitt Romney..
Jordan joined Carmelo Anthony at Obama's fundraiser earlier this year – that wraps up any questions about his political support of the President.