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The couples were chosen shortly after the contestants entered the villa.After all of the girls entered, the boys were asked to choose a girl to pair up with.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.While in the House, he supported President Ronald Reagan's push to expand vocational education.Craig was not a major force as a legislator during his time in the House. In 1989 Craig was reported to have led an extended effort that pushed for more severe punishment of Representative Barney Frank for his involvement in a gay prostitution scandal.
The villa was called "Casa Amor" which translates to Love House, and is located not far from the main villa.The arrest remained unheard of to the public until the Washington, D.C.-based newspaper Roll Call disclosed it in an article, drawing widespread public attention as well as charges of hypocrisy against Craig, as he had been one of the Senate's most outspoken opponents of LGBT rights in the United States but was accused of homosexual activity.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.