With Attorney General Kathleen Kane fighting fires on all fronts, voters in the state are growing tired of this circus.
35% of Pennsylvanians support impeaching Kane, up six points from February, according to a new poll conducted by the Morning Call and Muhlenberg College. 38% are against the state legislature starting an impeachment process against Kane.
Half of the 457 voters surveyed said Kane does not deserve to win re-election next year, the poll found.
A bipartisan special committee has been named in the state Senate to explore removing Kane from her position under Article 6, Section 7 of the PA Constitution. The move would allow the state Senate and Gov. Tom Wolf to forego the formal impeachment process and bypass the state House.