Sen. Evan Bayh to Deliver Roth Lecture

March 15, 2005

Contact: USC Law News Service
Gilien Silsby (213) 740-9690

WHAT: Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IND), long considered a major Democratic contender in the 2008 presidential election, will deliver USC Law School’s 2005 Roth Lecture. The Indiana legislator, who has focused on strengthening national security and creating more jobs, will discuss the Senate’s judicial confirmation process.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 22, 2005, at 4 p.m.

WHERE: USC’s Bovard Auditorium, 3551 Trousdale Parkway, Los Angeles, 90089.

COST: Free

PARKING: Enter at Gate 2 on Exposition Boulevard. Parking is free for media with valid press passes. Please call (213) 740-9690 for reservations.

DETAILS: Now in his second term in the Senate, Bayh is among the most prominent leaders of the Democratic Party. His legislative efforts have focused on strengthening national security, creating more jobs through the growth of small businesses, promoting responsible fatherhood and providing tax relief to families struggling with the rising costs of retirement, college and long-term care for older loved ones.

A leader of the “New Democrat” movement – which espouses “progressive ideas, mainstream values and innovative solutions that reflect changing times” – Bayh has worked to fight partisan gridlock by bringing members of both parties together on common ground.

FURTHER INFORMATION: (213) 740-9690.