10 athletes who could be president

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Minnesota Vikings kicker Chris Kluwe signs a jersey with his new number and his Twitter handle on the back for fan Todd Glocke, of St. Paul, Minn., Sunday, July 31, 2011, at the NFL football team's training camp in Mankato, Minn. Quarterback Donovan McNabb wanted Kluwe's number 5 jersey, so Kluwe opted to go with number 4, as long as no one else was using it. (AP Photo/Star Tribune, Jeff Wheeler) MINNEAPOLIS-AREA TV OUT  ST. PAUL OUT  MAGS OUT

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The people have spoken, and Barack Obama has won a second term as president. With that, we pause to consider which present-day and former athletes have the brightest potential future in politics. And we're playing this straight; as much fun as it would be to see Charles Barkley carry through on his promise to become governor of Alabama, we don't see it happening. Here are 10 athletes who we believe could end up on a ballot one day. | Complete 2012 election coverage from Yahoo! News

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