Former Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh only attended a quarter of his hearings while a member of the Armed Services Committee between 2003 and 2011, records show.
Indiana Democrat Evan Bayh, a former member of the Senate Banking Committee, had a series of private meetings with financial service industry executives and lobbyists just as the big banks were seeking a bailout in 2008.
Evan Bayh, the Democratic candidate for Senate in Indiana, has remained silent on allegations of sexual assault leveled against his father even as he condemns Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for similar abuses.
A group of concerned liberals are working to make sure that Democrat Evan Bayh is barred from returning to a position of power in the Senate Banking Committee if he gets elected to the U.S. Senate this November.
INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana Republican Todd Young spent his Tuesday night listening to stories of how a local Indianapolis community is helping its most needy citizens find their way out of poverty in hopes that he could learn to spread that success to other communities.
Evan Bayh’s campaign manager, tasked with convincing Indiana voters Bayh is not a Washington insider, lives in Washington, D.C. and holds a senior position at a prominent D.C. company.
As Indiana’s secretary of state, Evan Bayh approved the not-for-profit corporation status of a Ku Klux Klan organization that was used by group leaders to legitimize the racist group.