Tim Fox (politician)
|24th Attorney General of Montana|
January 7, 2013
|Preceded by||Steve Bullock|
|Born||Timothy Charles Fox
August 22, 1957
Hardin, Montana, U.S.
|Education||University of Montana,
Missoula (BS, JD)
Fox was born in Hardin, Montana. He graduated from the University of Montana with degrees in geology (1981) and law (1987). 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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