Ever sit back and wonder "Hey, what happened to that guy? And when it comes to Republican scandals of the last decade, few provided drama, and tumult and amusement in the equal measures like a certain former Idaho Senator's did. Do you know who I'm getting at? If you were too young to be following the political news that closely, or you just missed it, the scandal that effectively ended Craig's political career was strange and suggestive in the extreme. Basically, it all came down to two men, using adjacent stalls a public restroom at the Minneapolis-St.
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The Larry Craig scandal was an incident that began on June 11, , with the arrest of Craig, who at the time was a Republican United States Senator from Idaho , for lewd conduct in a men's restroom at the Minneapolis—St. Paul International Airport. Craig later entered a guilty plea to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct on August 8. As a result of the controversy surrounding his arrest, subsequent guilty plea, and pressure from his fellow Republicans,    Craig announced his intention to resign from the Senate at a news conference on September 1, which was to become effective on September After Craig's efforts to withdraw his guilty plea failed, on October 4, he released a statement refusing to resign from the Senate.
Larry Craig, stood by her man as he spoke to reporters Tuesday, denying that he is gay and saying that he mistakenly pleaded guilty to charges that he had propositioned an undercover police officer for sex in an airport men's room. Holding her husband's hand as he approached the podium, Suzanne Craig, wearing large sunglasses, silently stood next to the Republican senator as he read a prepared statement. The scene echoed a tableau the American public has seen countless times before — the scandal-plagued politician and his stoically supportive spouse. Exactly what took place between the senator and Sgt.
A Republican , he served 18 years in the United States Senate — , preceded by 10 years in the U. House of Representatives , representing Idaho's 1st District — He attended the University of Idaho , receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the university in , and later briefly attended George Washington University before returning to Washington County in to work in his family's ranching business. Following a brief stint in the Idaho Army National Guard , Craig ran for and won a seat in the Idaho Senate in , and was re-elected in and , before his successful first run for Congress to represent Idaho's 1st congressional district in the House of Representatives in