There is no doubt that voting is an important responsibility that all citizens over the age of 18 must take seriously this Election Day. But instead of asking them who they're going to vote for in a few weeks, we wanted to know what some of your favorite players would do with the ultimate responsiblity.

Swin Cash, Detroit Shock
"If I were President of the United States… I would develop free health care, wouldn’t go to war and would still work on getting more jobs into low income communities."

Yolanda Griffith is for equal work for equal pay.
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Tamika Catchings, Indiana Fever
"If I were President of the United States… CANDY FOR EVERYONE! Hmmmm (thinking). If I was President, I would make sports mandatory for every kid, to at least try."

Anna DeForge, Phoenix Mercury
"If I were President of the United States… I would resign. No, no, no. Wait, yeah…I’d resign. At this point in time, definitely."

Cheryl Ford, Detroit Shock
"If I were President of the United States…wow, I have no idea what I would do."

Yolanda Griffith, Sacramento Monarchs
"If I were President of the United States... I would make sure the WNBA players make the same amount of money as the NBA players. Also, cut out all of the crime and eliminate the guns. Take away drugs as well."

Becky Hammon, New York Liberty
"If I were President of the United States… I would lower everyone’s taxes."

Ruth Riley would find good advisers and delegate.
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Shannon Johnson, San Antonio Silver Stars
"If I were President of the United States, I would… put more money into education. I feel like we have fallen off as far as our rearing of children is concerned. Even though kids should be brought up by their parents, they spend a lot of time in schools, so more money should be put into the school and for the teachers."

Kara Lawson, Sacramento Monarchs
"If I were President of the United States…I don’t know what I would do. That is the toughest job in the world, I think. I don’t know if I would change anything based on what’s going on right now… I don’t know what I’d do."

Nikki McCray, Phoenix Mercury
"If I were President of the United States…women would rock! There would probably be more equality between men and women in terms of pay scale because right now, it’s just unbelievable. Look at the salaries in the NBA versus the WNBA, if you look at the salaries in the corporate world, it is totally different and we bring the same skills. Equality does not exist in this world and that is probably one of the things that I would focus on."

Ruth Riley, Detroit Shock
"If I were President of the United States…I would get a lot of Cabinet members and officers who knew what they were doing to help me out."

Nykesha Sales, Connecticut Sun
"If I were President of the United States… I would end the war."

Andrea Stinson, Charlotte Sting
"If I were President of the United States…Oh man. I would definitely be about our future. Kids are our future. Everything else is important, but you have to take care of the kids, knowing that they are OK, getting a good education, learning about the history of the world."

Tina Thompson would clearly be strong on defense.
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Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets
"If I were President of the United States… I would do more to help the homeless."

Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
"If I were President of the United States… I would cancel taxes."

Nikki Teasley, Los Angeles Sparks
"If I were President of the United States… that’s a hard one. I plead the fifth on that one."

Tina Thompson, Houston Comets
"If I were President of the United States… that’s tough because there is a lot of stuff that I want to do. I would make a lot of changes."

Teresa Weatherspoon, Los Angeles Sparks
"If I were President of the United States… everybody would be OK."

Natalie Williams, Indiana Fever
"If I were President of the United States… I would make sure the WNBA players get paid at least $500,000 each. That would be great."

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