HELENA, Mont. (Legal Newsline) — The office of Montana Attorney General Tim Fox announced June 22 that Fox was unanimously elected vice president of the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG).
“I’m humbled and honored to be unanimously chosen by my attorney general colleagues, both Democrat and Republican, from across the country to serve as the new vice president of NAAG,” Fox said about his election. “It’s hard to find a better organization of elected officials who focus on collaboration to solve the most pressing problems facing our country, and I look forward to continuing the great work of NAAG as the association’s vice president to better serve the people of Montana.”
By the conclusion of his second term, Fox will have served on the NAAG executive committee for almost the entirety of his eight years in office. As vice president, Fox will be in line for the presidency of the NAAG in the 2020 cycle.
“Tim Fox is a man of integrity and fine character, and NAAG will be well served with him on the leadership team,” said Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen (D). “I look forward to seeing what Fox will accomplish for NAAG over the next 3 1/2 years, as I have no doubt that, under his leadership, NAAG will continue its fine work serving the people of this country.”