HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBS) — Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf is repeating his call for Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s resignation.

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He released a statement imploring her to resign after she was convicted of all nine counts in a perjury and obstruction case related to a grand jury leak.

The statement reads:

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“Today is a sad day for the commonwealth and the people of Pennsylvania. Attorney General Kane has been convicted of serious charges. These are unbecoming of the commonwealth’s top law enforcement officer.

As I have made clear, I do not believe Kathleen Kane should be Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. I believed this when she was charged, and today, after conviction, there should be no question that she should resign immediately.

While there is no simple procedure to remove a civil officer, the Office of Attorney General and its employees, as well as the people of Pennsylvania deserve to move on. I implore Attorney General Kane to do what is right: put the commonwealth’s residents first and step down from office.”

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Senate Republican leaders are also telling her to resign, threatening to take steps remove her if she refuses.