Mark Sanford

Legislator poll on Sanford impeachment

The State newspaper asked members of the House Judiciary Committee, which would likely take the first vote on impeachment proceedings, if they think Gov. Mark Sanford should be removed from office by the General Assembly.

Only a handful of lawmakers said they had decided one way or another. Many of those who are undecided said they questioned Sanford’s conduct but were awaiting more facts and a formal investigation. Some of those undecided lawmakers have called for Sanford’s resignation. Two-thirds of lawmakers must agree in order for Sanford to be removed.

FAVOR IMPEACHMENT

Rep. Greg Delleney, R-Chester

Rep. Keith Kelly, R-Spartanburg

Rep. Bakari Sellers, D-Barnwell

UNDECIDED

Rep. James Harrison, R-Richland

Rep. Doug Jennings, D-Marlboro

Rep. Karl Allen, D-Greenville

Rep. Alan Clemmons, R-Horry

Rep. Derham Cole, R-Spartanburg

Rep. Dan Hamilton, R-Greenville

Rep. George Hearn, R-Horry

Rep. Walt McLeod, D-Newberry

Rep. Vida Miller, D-Georgetown

Rep. Todd Rutherford, D-Richland

Rep. James Smith, D-Richland

Rep. Mike Sottile, R-Charleston

Rep. Leon Stavrinakis, D-Charleston

Rep. Seth Whipper, D-Charleston

Rep. Tom Young, R-Aiken

COULD NOT BE REACHED

Rep. Garry Smith, R-Greenville

Rep. Bruce Bannister, R-Greenville

Rep. Laurie Slade Funderburk, D-Kershaw

Rep. Jenny Horne, R-Dorchester

Rep. Wendy Nanney, R-Greenville

Rep. Thad Viers, R-Horry

Rep. David Weeks, D-Sumter

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