Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich is accused of trying to "sell" President-elect Barack
Obama's Senate seat for personal gain. He was arrested Tuesday and was back at
work not long after his arrest.
Now, other Illinois officials are pushing for his resignation. The Illinois Attorney General
says Blagojevich has shown "no inclination" to step down, and she's prepared to go to
court to have him removed from office.
A special session is planned for Monday to stop the Governor of his power to choose a
replacement for Obama.
We'd like to know what you think. Should Blagojevich be removed from office in light
of the charges against him? We'd like to share your comments on WITN News.
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