FEATURE INTERVIEW: Attorney General-Elect Tim Fox on his transition to elected office

Attorney General-Elect Tim Fox

Attorney General-Elect Tim Fox

Helena Lawyer Tim Fox is weeks away from taking office as Montana’s 21st Attorney General.

The Republican defeated Democratic challenger Pam Bucy for the AG post in the November election.

This was actually not the first time Fox ran for the office, losing his first attempt in 2008 to current Attorney-General and Montana Governor-Elect, Democrat Steve Bullock.

In this Feature Interview, Capitol Reporter Dan Boyce speaks with Fox about his transition, and his relationship with Bullock.

Fox also reflects on his position as the only Republican in state-wide elected office and the first Republican Attorney General in 20 years.

2 thoughts on “FEATURE INTERVIEW: Attorney General-Elect Tim Fox on his transition to elected office

  1. Reblogged this on Montana Corruption and commented:
    Great interview, sounds like a good Attorney General coming into the office. Here is hoping that both Attorney General-Elect Tim Fox and Governor-Elect Steve Bullock will make a good team for Montana. Both political parties need to put all Montana citizens first.

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