According to Judicial Watch, Senator Bayh failed to disclose his role in the family foundation on Senate Financial Disclosure reports.
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, has filed a complaint with the United States Senate Select Committee on Ethics concerning inaccurate financial disclosure reports filed by Indiana Senator Evan Bayh. Senator Bayh failed to disclose his position as director of the Evan and Susan Bayh Foundation on disclosure reports despite requirements by the Ethics in Government Act.
Judicial Watch’s Senate ethics complaint, filed on March 8, 2007, notes that Senator Bayh’s failure to comply with disclosure requirements represents “improper conduct that reflects upon the United States Senate.”
On March 1, 2007, Judicial Watch filed separate complaints with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics and the Justice Department against Senator Hillary Clinton for failing to disclose her position as Secretary/Treasurer of the Clinton Family Foundation on five occasions.
To review Judicial Watch’s complaints against Senators Evan Bayh and Hillary Clinton, please visit JW’s Internet site, http://www.judicialwatch.org/.