(CNN) - He likely knows whether or not he will be the next Democratic vice presidential nominee, but Indiana Sen. Evan Bayh isn't talking.
Speaking briefly to reporters staked outside of his Washington, DC home, a casually-dressed Bayh revealed little information, and thanked reporters for being patient.
"You've been very patient, thank you for being here all night," Bayh, who said he had been taking his two 13-year-old sons to camp, told the gathered press corps without a hint of irony.
Asked if he had any news to report, Bayh replied flatly, "It's not mine to report."
CNN's Jessica Yellin reported earlier Friday Obama has informed those on his VP shortlist - which presumably includes Bayh - of his decision.