Saturday | August 30, 2003
Janklow has no plans to resign
So, recklessly blowing a stop sign at 70 MPH, having eight accidents in the last 10 years, getting 12 tickets between 1990-94 (after which as governor he didn't have to deal with pesky speeding limits), and, worst of all, killing a motorcyclist, apparently aren't sufficient reasons to resign a House seat.
That according to Rep. Janklow.
The Argus has a special section on the accident. Including the following:
The only poll thus far on the controversy, also by the Argus, shows tepid support for Janklow to resign.
Do you feel Janklow should immediately resign his seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, or not?
In Janklow is charged and convicted of causing the accident, do you feel he should then resign ... finish term ... or seek re-election in 2004?