1. John Ensign: Ensign resigned from his seat in Senate on May 3, 2011 in order to preempt the findings of the Senate Ethics Committee claiming he broke the law during the aftermath of his extramarital affair with Cynthia Hampton.

2. Samuel B. Kent: Kent was sentence to 33 months in prison in 2009 for lying about sexually harassing two female employees.

3. Bill Clinton: Clinton was impeached on perjury and obstruction of justice charges for allegedly lying about an affair with Monica Lewinsky. Clinton was aquitted.

4. Clarence Thomas: Thomas was accused of sexual harrassment when he was a Supreme Court nominee. He was approved and nothing came of the allegations.

5. Fred Richmond: The New York democrat was convicted of tax fraud and possession of marijauna during the Carter administration. He served 9 months in prison. Charges of soliciting sex from a 16-year-old boy were dropped after he submitted to counseling.

6. Wayne L. Hays: The Ohio democrat resigned from Congress during the Ford administration for hiring and promoting his mistress, Elizabeth Ray.

7. Chris Lee: The New York republican resigned almost immediately after it was discovered that he had sent a shirtless picture of himself to a woman via Craigslist.

8. John Edwards: Formerly a democratic presidential front-runner, Edwards was disgraced when it was found that he had produced a child with a woman he was having an affair with.

9. Newt GIngrich: In 1998, the republican admitted to having an affair with an intern while he was married to his second wife. He was also having the affair while he was leading the impeachment of Bill Clinton.

10. Mark Foley: The republican was accused of sending sexually inappropriate emails to underage male congressional pages.