Fox says building strategies to improve the state if elected governor
Last updated 2/20/2020 at 12:07pm
Since he announced his candidacy for governor last year, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox said he has been working to develop a number of plans for the state and bring changes that benefit everyone within the state.
"It's important, I think, that we engage all Montanans and put things out there for people to know not only who we are, what we stand for and what we are suggesting, but allow them the opportunity to chime in, too," he said.
Fox was in Havre Sunday for the annual Hill County Reagan-Lincoln Day Dinner fundraiser. He and his lieutenant governor candidate, former state Rep. Jon K...