(CNN) - Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has filed a motion with the state Supreme Court about Gov. Rod Blagojevich's "inability" to do his job, Madigan spokeswoman Robin Ziegler said Friday.
Madigan had said Thursday that stepping down is the "right thing" for Blagojevich to do.
She added, "If he fails to, the two other options are obviously the Legislature moving forward on impeachment, or I have the opportunity to actually go to our Illinois Supreme Court and ask them to declare basically that our governor is unable to serve," she said.
In that case, Lt. Gov. Pat Quinn would become acting governor, she said.
By the way CNN I love your photos of the Governor. He looks anywhere from Al Capone to a 16 year old. It's great.
Reform Chicago or Illinois first, and then the nation or the world.
@ anonymous in Big D
We are waiting to see the tears in yoru eyes when you finally have to admit none of this can be connected to Obama in any way, shape or form. You've got 4 years to learn a new way of living in and perceiving the world and in how you treat your fellow citizens. I suggest you get crackin ' if you people want any chance at all in 2012.
it's time for Quinn to step in.
Illinois has given us such great people and memories. Looking forward to seeing all of this unfold.