The Washington Post reports:
“The odds were always going to be very long for a relatively unknown candidate like myself, a little bit like David and Goliath,” Bayh said in his statement. “This path — and these long odds — would have required me to be essentially absent from the Senate for the next year instead of working to help the people of my state and the nation.” Bayh’s decision to bow out of the race was first reported by The Indianapolis Star.
This is indicative of two things: 1) Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are crowding out the rest of the field and 2) Coming on the heels of Mark Warner’s decision to bail out, it means candidates don’t think they can win by running to the right of Hillary.
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