August 19, 2016

Ripped From The Headlines: Bayh Declared An “Inactive” Indiana Voter

Career politician Evan Bayh’s laughable claims that he still lives in Indiana took another devastating hit this week. A new story reported by CNN furthers establishes the fact that Bayh no longer lives in Indiana by showing that the former Senator was listed by the Indiana Secretary of State’s office as an “inactive voter” just last week.

According to the Indiana secretary of State’s spokeswoman, the reason why most voters are categorized as inactive is because they are either “dead, in prison are no longer living at their address.” Yet Bayh claims to still live at the Indianapolis residency he is registered at with the Secretary of State’s office. Oops.

As this news shows, Bayh lives in Indiana if your definition of that is that he votes absentee from DC and actually lives in a million dollar Georgetown mansion. See below for more headlines that show that unlike Bayh’s time spent in Indiana, Bayh’s residency problems are here to stay:

CNN: “First on CNN: Bayh’s Indiana voting status: Inactive”

The Hill: “Bayh’s Indiana voting status is inactive: report”

Politico: “Bayh defends Indiana residency”

Washington Times: “Senate candidate Evan Bayh’s voter registration status ‘inactive’ in Indiana”

Daily Beast: “Bayh Is An Inactive Voter in His State”

Washington Times: “Senate candidate Evan Bayh’s voter registration status ‘inactive’ in Indiana”

Roll Call: “Report: Bayh Ruled Inactive Voter”

Washington Examiner: “Report: Evan Bayh deemed an ‘inactive’ voter in Indiana”