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.
Bayh says he’s compelled to return to the Senate leaving in 2010 because of gridlock and divisive partisanship.
Bayh is visiting cities across Indiana before he’s officially nominated Friday as the Democratic candidate.
Senator Evan Bayh replaced Democratic Senate candidate Baron Hill.
Baron Hill dropped out of the race Monday amid speculation that Bayh would replace him.
Hill says he will remain involved in the election and is hopeful that a Democrat will fill the Senate seat.
The former senator and governor says he hopes his decision will allow others to step forward as gubernatorial candidates.