48 minutes | Aug 22nd 2017

What It Was Like To Be An Openly Gay Politician In 1996

In 1996, two of congress’s only 3 openly gay members were set to retire; only Barney Frank would be left standing. To fill the void, two new gay candidates stepped up. One of them was Rick Zbur in Southern California, and during that campaign he became an unwitting test case for how to deal with running for office while out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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