Indiana Senate candidate Evan Bayh took time off from the campaign trail to return home to Washington, D.C. for a fundraiser Thursday evening.
Bayh, who formerly serverd as governor and senator in Indiana, is struggling to combat a growing narrative that he moved out of the state to live full time in Washington, D.C. after he left the Senate in 2010.
CNN reported last month that Bayh “repeatedly listed his two multi-million dollar homes in Washington as his main places of residence — not the $53,000 condo he owns in Indianapolis.”
That news was followed by a Bayh interview with a local Indiana TV station in which he gave the incorrect address when asked where in Indiana he lived.
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