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Nine CEOs Pushing Workers To Vote For Romney

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Many CEOs are taking advantage of their influence over their employees by telling them who they think -- in their humble opinion, of course -- should be president.

The strategy is one endorsed by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, a former CEO himself, who told business owners in June that they should tell their employees who they're voting for and what each outcome would mean for their business.

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In one example, Mike White, CEO of Rite-Hite, even warned his employees that they might suffer "personal consequences" if they vote for Obama.

He's not the only one. In the past few weeks, many CEOs have come out in support of Romney and have informed their employees that another Obama term could put their wages and jobs in jeopardy.

Take a look at some CEOs who have pressured their employees to turn right:

CEOs Who Urged Employees To Vote Romney
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