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Reader Poll: Should Wolf Call on Kane to Resign?

PENNSYLVANIA ATTORNEY GENERAL KATHLEEN KANE CONGRATULATES GOVERNOR TOM WOLF FOLLOWING HIS INAUGURATION CEREMONY AT THE STATE CAPITOL IN HARRISBURG, PA ON JANUARY 20, 2015.The last time we heard from Governor Wolf, he was defending Kathleen Kane.

That was three long weeks ago, though, and much has happened since then.

The day after Wolf said “we ought to let the judicial system play out”, the AG fired James Barker. The dismissal was first characterized as part of “restructuring” before Kane changed her story and said she was firing him with cause.

That weekend, search warrants were issued for Kane’s offices and emails.

Just yesterday, the grand jury presentment was released by Judge Carpenter, revealing the case for the five recommended charges against Kane.

Of course, Gov. Wolf may not want to comment on an ongoing legal manner. Plus, the idea that he (or anyone else) could convince Kane to step down is almost laughable.

Still, Wolf made his reputation as not being a typical politician. Therefore, doesn’t it make a certain amount of sense for him to prove he is not sitting this one out for fear that controversy could attach itself to him.

We leave the question to you, our dear leaders, should Wolf call out Kathleen Kane?

Should Governor Wolf Call on Attorney General Kathleen Kane to Step Down?


  • Yes (71%)
  • No (29%)

Total Voters: 700

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10 Responses

  1. Fire her like she has been doing to her workers /for her to cover her a double s
    she is a nut case and i’m a staunch democrat

  2. the answer here is obvious but Tom Wolf is politically tone deaf and that is what will be the hallmark of his only term in office. An out of touch limousine liberal.

  3. This continues to look like the “railroad” job of the century, but General Kane’s reluctance to ask for help or reach out makes defense difficult. Her hiring of Chuck Ardo is the first move I can understand and, of course, agree with.
    Her election was meant to remove the pollution from Central PA that had corrupted this state for a half century. Still possible.

  4. David Diano..I respectfully disagree when it comes to keeping her job. She can not be an Attorney General under indictment, for of all things….failing to tell the truth in court!

    She is entitled to that standard as a citizen and as it relates to the charges against her…as a citizen. But it does not give her the right to hold on to the office under such a cloud of mistrust.

  5. Either she lied or a bunch of her staff is lying. It’s that simple. I’m pretty sure a jury will side with the credible staff members who have testified against her. She needs to resign and Wolf should “be a different kind of Governor” and ask her to do so NOW!

    This is no longer about guilty or innocent until proven guilty. That’s a right we all have a citizens. But she has no right to remain as AG when her integrity is down to zero and she’s (soon to be) facing criminal charges herself. Resign and attempt to clear your name, Ms. Kane. But you can’t be the top law enforcement officer of PA while facing criminal charges yourself.

  6. Kane should either resign or be impeached. She is not fit to be in office and has abused her power. If she does not and some how runs for reelection, she will lose and a Republican will most likely win.

  7. Okay, so who put you up to this redundant poll? Freakie Frankie and his sidekick Costanza? C&C (Carpenter & Carluccio)? Coulombis and McCoy?

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