The Illinois House could vote as early as next week on whether to impeach Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
The Illinois House has bumped up its schedule and will meet several days next week. They had been set to reconvene on Jan. 12.
A spokesman for House Speaker Michael Madigan says the chamber may vote on a recommendation from the special committee studying whether Blagojevich should be impeached.
It would take a simple majority vote for the House to impeach - which basically means accusing him of misconduct.
Then the state Senate would hold a trial to determine if the governor is guilty. A conviction there requires a two-thirds majority.
Blagojevich was arrested Dec. 9 on charges alleging he schemed to swap President-elect Barack Obama's vacant Senate seat for profit.