Tim Fox (politician)
|24th Attorney General of Montana|
|Assumed office |
January 7, 2013
|Preceded by||Steve Bullock|
Timothy Charles Fox
August 22, 1957
Hardin, Montana, U.S.
|Education||University of Montana,|
Missoula (BS, JD)
Timothy Charles Fox (born August 22, 1957) is an American lawyer and Republican politician. He is the current Attorney General of Montana, elected in 2012. He is a candidate for Governor of Montana in the 2020 election.
Early life and education
Prior to his election as Attorney General, he practiced law in Montana in a series of private and government roles.
He is married to the former Karen Wagner and has four children.
|Montana Attorney General Republican Primary, 2008||Republican win||Tim Fox||Republican||43,662||56.6|
|Montana Attorney General Election, 2008||Democratic hold||Steve Bullock||Democratic||245,669||52.6|
|Montana Attorney General Republican Primary, 2012||Republican win||Tim Fox||Republican||70,239||57.8|
|Montana Attorney General Election, 2012||Republican gain from Democratic||Tim Fox||Republican||252,916||53.7|
|Attorney General Republican Primary, 2016||Republican win||Tim Fox||Republican||unopposed|
|Montana Attorney General Election, 2016||Republican hold||Tim Fox||Republican||332,766||67.67|
- Biography on the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) website
- Biography on the Montana Department of Justice website
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