The three candidates for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat met Tuesday in a debate marked by pointed attacks.
Democrat Evan Bayh and Republican Todd Young are set to face each other in what could be their only debate tonight at 7 p.m.
The candidates for Indiana’s open U.S. Senate seat will meet Tuesday for their only debate.
A Monmouth University poll shows Democrat John Gregg up by 12 points, but a poll commissioned by the Eric Holcomb campaign shows the candidates tied.
The personal financial disclosure report filed late Sunday also shows Bayh and his wife have assets roughly worth between $14 million and $48 million.
UAW international president Dennis Williams says he hasn't always agreed with Evan Bayh, but this year, Bayh's pro-labor history sets him apart.
Former President George W. Bush was in the Hoosier state to raise money for U.S. Senate candidate Todd Young.
The United Auto Workers union criticizes Young for comments he made in 2010, calling the federal auto industry bailout a “waste.”
The reprieve allows Bayh to wait until October to disclose how he earns a living, what companies he holds investments in and where he owns property.
Indiana’s race for U.S. Senate between Republican Todd Young and Democrat Evan Bayh is going negative with no end in sight.