Derrick Smith has mixed emotions about his expulsion from the Illinois House.
Smith has no plans to quit campaigning, despite being expelled from the Illinois House.
Smith adds the expulsion vote came way too soon.
Smith was kicked out of the House on Friday, several months after he was arrested for allegedly taking a seven-thousand-dollar bribe. Smith has pled not guilty, but refused to speak during several state House hearings on the matter. He believes state representatives should have waited for, quote, "the whole truth" before voting against him. Smith could return to Springfield in January if he wins the November election. He'd probably face expulsion again.