Eddie's job is to have his finger on the pulse of Harbington's people, to take their wants and needs and formulate them into presentable proposals for governance. He makes sure every voice is heard,having the authority to speak on their behalf. Every day he's given something new to write down, something new to think about, some problem to solve; it's a twenty-four hour job ensuring Harbington's citizens have an open line.
That's not the only thing he has to worry about, however. Eddie has a home life, he has a son who needs guidance and support, a home to maintain, and he has a husband who takes on the brunt of that to keep things stable. Edward's stay-at-home career is a life saver for Eddie, who would otherwise be pulled too taut to keep everything from falling apart. The only things Edward ever asks for in return are Eddie's love and support, and the occasional day off. Eddie's nothing if not accommodating, especially for his husband, and he takes those days off too knowing Edward would want nothing more than for the two of them to spend time together.
The two of them take tango classes every other Wednesday, joining a number of other couples and parents to let loose and get saucy on the dance floor. It's turned out to be quite fun for the both of them! They even get to take turns wearing the dress, but popular vote suggests that Edward wears it better.