In creating BlogActive, I decided to combine two of them and engage in activist journalism, a form of reporting that depends on transparency and has an unabashed political goal. Then, on March 3,he was pulled over for drunk driving while leaving a popular Sacramento gay club with another man in his car. Schrock announced his retirement amid claims that he is gay. After the Navy, Schrock worked as an investment broker six years with a national brokerage and investment firm. The case I consider my most successful, though, is that of Paul Koering, a former state senator from Minnesota. One survey completed by constituents on the Eastern Shore in included questions about terrorism, prescription drugs, taxes, abortion, and education.
This sub-series contains surveys completed and returned by constituents from to
Edward L. Schrock Papers, 1999-2004 | Special Collections and University Archives
Like every movement, no one action or reaction seals the deal. I had several more conversations with him after that, and each time he shared more about his experiences as a closeted gay politician. After the Navy, Schrock worked as an investment broker six years with a national brokerage and investment firm. I first called Koering inafter I had learned that he was gay, and we chatted for about two hours. At too many tables, our enemies are also one of us.
His memoir, The Gentleman from Maryland: On August 30, Schrock dropped out of his race for a third term in Congress due to allegations that he had made use of a gay telephone service to meet other men and that he was secretly gay or at least bisexual. This series is divided into two sub-series that contain surveys and ballots sent by Ed Schrock to constituents to poll their opinions on various topics during his term in office from to He also served in the U. The Friday Cover Email Address: