Tom Sullivan (politician)

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Patrick "Tom" Sullivan
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Democratic candidate for
U.S. Senator from Idaho
Opponent(s) Mike Crapo (R)
Randy Berquist (Constitution)
Incumbent Mike Crapo
Personal details
Born (1968-04-15) April 15, 1968 (age 47)
Des Moines, Iowa
United States
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) Kelly Sullivan (2 children)
Residence Tetonia, Idaho
United States
Occupation Businessman

Patrick "Tom" Sullivan is an American politician who was a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate from Tetonia, Idaho.[2] He was defeated by Mike Crapo in the 2010 election.[3] His campaign was impeded by revelations that he had not paid about $700,000 in state and federal taxes.[4] Sullivan was a primary partner in the Valley Citizen, a newspaper in Driggs, Idaho. He abruptly closed the newspaper in September 2014.[5] Sullivan also owns an industrial park in Driggs.[2]