Evan Bayh

Attacks drawing attention to Bayh’s work for special interests helped erase his early advantage in the race.
He spent his last year in the Senate meeting with HR reps for big banks and lining up a private equity job.
“I want to be engaged in an honorable line of work,” he said before he left the Senate.
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The GOP presidential ticket leads by 9 points, but Bayh could pick up a Senate seat for Democrats.
Despite a seemingly never-ending stream of news reports about the November election, the election of many federal lawmakers has already been decided.
The former senator is hoping to return to Congress after a lucrative stint in the private sector.
Now, after five years of work as a partner in a lobbying firm and an adviser for a private equity group, Bayh is mounting a bid to return to the Senate.
Bayh, who retired from the Senate in 2010, has been semi-regularly engaged in politics since his departure, most notably
Indiana is a Republican-leaning state. And there is a bench of viable alternatives for the GOP, including Reps. Marlin Stutzman
"We all get multiple daily desperate emails begging for money, especially as Democrats are on the verge of losing the Senate
"I think it's less likely than more likely," Bayh told Howey Politics. "I haven’t ruled it out." Former Indiana Governor