Indiana Senate hopeful Evan Bayh has identified himself repeatedly in public records as a Washingtonian, according to a report, a revelation that fueled charges of opportunism from his critics Monday.

CNN has the story:

A CNN review of public records since Bayh left office in 2011 shows the Democrat repeatedly listed his two multi-million dollar homes in Washington as his main places of residence -- not the $53,000 condo he owns in Indianapolis. Just three weeks after leaving office in 2011, Bayh changed his address to his $2.3 million home in a leafy neighborhood in Washington, according to Indiana records. And often when Bayh registered his address -- whether it was on an Alaska fishing license, a donation to Hillary Clinton or on the deed to his beachfront property in Southern Florida -- he listed Washington as his home. Even when Bayh returned back to Indianapolis last summer for an Indiana Democratic Party dinner, he stayed at a JW Marriott just 12 miles away from his condo. A source with Indianapolis Power and Light said Bayh's monthly electric bills averaged less than $20 per month since 2012, suggesting little -- if any -- use at his Indiana condo.

Since belatedly jumping into the race to replace the outgoing senator Dan Coats, Bayh, a Democrat, has stressed his background as a fifth-generation Hoosier and his public service in the state. Before heading to the nation's capital for senatorial service, he was Indiana's governor. Upon entering the contest for Senate this year, he said, "I'm a Hoosier through and through. I've always been a Hoosier."

But Bayh's residence has become a matter of interest on the campaign trail. He joined the McGuireWoods law firm to lobby on behalf of medical-device companies after departing Congress in 2011, and, as Geoffrey Norman noted, his family purchased a $3 million house in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood and sold their previous home in the city's northwest quadrant.

Bayh is running against Republican representative Todd Young.

Read more of CNN's report here.