According to today’s Hannah Report, House leaders have started talking about impeachment proceedings for Marc Dann…

Reps. Jon Husted (R-Kettering), Joyce Beatty (D-Columbus) and Bill Batchelder (R-Medina) were all talking from the same playbook Tuesday when discussing the Marc Dann impeachment proceedings: it is not an overnight process; it will be precedent setting; they can’t say much so as not to prejudice the proceedings; Batchelder and two, soon-to-be-named Democrats are studying the process; and they need to know the facts and to understand the grounds on which they could proceed.

Finally! Bipartisanship!

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  • Doesn’t matter. He’s gonna go. Maybe not quietly, but he’ll go.

  • Barbara Dew

    Eric, is it true if Dann does not resign or if he is not impeached that he can be removed by the correct number of voter signatures on the petition according to Ohio law ?

  • @2: I’m unaware of such a thing, but maybe someone else can chime in. I know we’d be way short with our petition. But hey. 35 is not bad considering we only get about 900 visitors a day.

  • Muscar

    You can force a trial for alleged misconduct with a voter petition, but that trial and its outcome is not guaranteed. It would take over 600k signatures to do so.

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