If an elected Democratic AG turns his Bureau of Investigation against the Republican Governor should he be forbidden from running for governor against that same governor?
My take is different from KL's. I think that it is appropriate that the AG not be allowed to run. No noble act should come without a price, otherwise it could easily become an act of self-aggrandizement (and, yes, I am going to assume that Stumbo was acting on noble - not political - impulses). If there is no price paid then why wouldn't every AG keep an ongoing investigation in place against the sitting governor (a natural political enemy, especially if they are of different parties)?
Background for this: One, Two, Three, Four, Five