RISING DEMOCRATS

SOME ARE UPSTARTS. OTHERS ARE DYNASTIC HEIRS. TWO HAVE TARGETED BIG TOBACCO. A COUPLE TALK LIKE REPUBLICANS. ALL OF THEM ARE GIVING THE G.O.P. CAUSE FOR WORRY

Evan Bayh GOVERNOR OF INDIANA

Given the impression that Clinton is trying to run on both the Democratic and Republican tickets this season, it was no surprise that he would invite Indiana Governor Evan Bayh to give the keynote address Tuesday night. Since taking office in 1989, Bayh has often had an easier time working with G.O.P. legislators than with his own Democratic allies as he set new records for fiscal stringency: no tax hikes in the 1990s and the biggest budget surplus in state history. A shining New Democrat, Bayh is expected to challenge Senator Dan Coats in 1998 for...

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