The Inquirer revealed that Kane’s ex-Deputy had warned her in an email against leaking grand jury testimony. The major issue with this revelation is that the Attorney General testified that her whole staff argued for disclosing the information.
Therefore, Kane may very well have perjured herself by lying under oath.
In recent weeks and months, there has been increasing chatter that Kane could face a Democratic challenger in the 2016 AG primary.
Speculation has mostly focused on two possible contenders. Montgomery County Commissioner Josh Shapiro, a rising star (and fundraiser) in the Keystone State, and Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams, who took on the corruption cases Kane famously passed on.
Given all this, it seems fair to ask whether Kane will be the Democratic nominee for Attorney General in 2016.
So we decided to ask our readers.
Will Kathleen Kane be the Democratic Nominee for Attorney General in 2016?
- No (77%)
- Yes (23%)