Currently, Evan Bayh is serving as a U.S. Senator for Indiana. He was first elected to the Senate in 1998.
Senator Bayh serves on the following Senate committees:
- Select Committee on Intelligence
- Armed Services Committee
- Special Committee on Aging
- Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs
- Small Business Committee
Senator Bayh was born December 26th 1955. He was earned a BS from Indiana University in 1978 and a JD from the University of Virginia in 1982.
Bayh was Indiana Secretary of State 1986-89 and in 1989 became Governor, a position he held until 1997.
"Before becoming a senator, Bayh was the youngest U.S. governor when elected at 33 to lead Indiana in 1988. He filed papers with the Federal Election Commission on Dec. 5 to create a presidential exploratory committee and said at the time he would make a final decision in early 2007." 
He withdrew from the presidential campaign field December 15th, 2006.