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He served 18 years as a Republican in the United States Senate (1991–2009), preceded by 10 years in the U. House of Representatives, representing Idaho's 1st District (1981–91).
His 28 years in Congress rank as the second-longest in Idaho history, trailing only William Borah, who served over 32 years in the Senate.
He succeeded Republican Steve Symms, who was leaving the House to run for election to the Senate against incumbent Democrat Frank Church.
Craig was re-elected four times, serving until 1991.
Craig was reelected in 1996, with 57 percent of the vote, defeating Democrat Walt Minnick. President Bill Clinton for the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
He was reelected again in the 2002 election with 65 percent of the vote, when he spent .2 million to defeat Alan Blinken. Speaking on NBC's Meet The Press, Craig told Tim Russert: "The American people already know that Bill Clinton is a bad boy – a naughty boy.
Despite stating that he was not and never had been homosexual, Craig announced on September 1, 2007 that he would resign from the Senate, effective September 30, 2007, but later reversed this decision and decided to finish the remainder of his term, although he chose not to run for re-election in 2008.
He grew up on a ranch outside Midvale in Washington County.
Larry Edwin Craig (born July 20, 1945) is a retired American politician from the state of Idaho.He attended the University of Idaho, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the university in 1969, and later briefly attended George Washington University before returning to Washington County to work in his family's ranching business in 1971.Following a brief stint in the Idaho Army National Guard, Craig ran for and won a seat in the Idaho Senate in 1974, and was re-elected in 19, before his successful first run for Congress to represent Idaho's 1st congressional district in the House of Representatives in 1980. Twilegar in the general election and winning reelection in 19.He pursued graduate studies at George Washington University before returning to his family's Midvale ranching business in 1971.Craig was a member of the Idaho Army National Guard from 1970 to 1972, attaining the rank of Private First Class (E3), In 1980, Craig was elected to an open seat in the U. House of Representatives, representing Idaho's 1st Congressional District.