House Minority Leader Frank Dermody is leading the charge.
“I have doubts as to whether it’s necessary,” Dermody told Kevin Zwick of Capitolwire concerning possible impeachment. “There’s a reason it happens every 150 years…It needs to be reserved for the most extreme cases.”
It first became apparent that the Party was slowing beginning to rally around Kane when the vote to remove her failed to reach a two-thirds majority in the State Senate.
Now that she has officially announced that she won’t run for a second term, momentum seems to be building to allow her to just finish her time in office and leave her fate to the judiciary.
Republicans, however, are definitely not on board with this trend.
“Until we have the facts, we don’t know whether it makes sense to proceed,” Stephens stated.
For now, Kane’s fate remains very much up in the air.