|Former Indiana Senator Evan Bayh|
Of course, if the Indianapolis condo is not Bayh's residence, which does not appear to be the case, he is committing a felony every time he uses that address from which to vote. This has been a practice by many Indiana politicians, of both parties. Republican Senator Richard Lugar voted using the address of a house he sold decades earlier. (Lugar also stayed in Indianapolis hotels when he would come back to the Hoosier state.) To this day, both Bayh, Lugar and their families continue to vote using Indianapolis addresses where they clearly do not reside, despite the fact they both left the Senate years ago.
It is reprehensible that Bayh and Lugar, and other politicians, routinely get a pass on the issue, while former Secretary of State Charlie White was prosecuted as part of a bipartisan witch hunt for on one occasion allegedly voting someplace other than his residence.