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Steve Tomac

Steve Tomac (born 1953) was a Democratic member of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly serving in both the North Dakota House of Representatives (1987–1989) and the North Dakota Senate (1991–2002). Tomac represented Morton County in both North Dakota's 53rd Legislative District (1987–1989) and the 31st Legislative District (1991–2002). He lives in Saint Anthony, North Dakota.

Steve Tomac was born in Hettinger, North Dakota, in 1953 and currently works as a farmer-rancher in Saint Anthony. He previously worked as a professional rodeo clown, performing at rodeos from 1971 until 2004. As a rodeo clown, he performed as both a bullfighter, barrel man, and contract specialty act. In August 2008, he was inducted into the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame.

  1. "Dakota Lawmakers"(PDF). North Dakota Legislative Council. RetrievedJune 3, 2018.
  2. North Dakota Secretary of State (1989). North Dakota Centennial Blue Book. Bismarck: North Dakota Legislative Assembly. p. 430.
  3. "Senator Steve Tomac". 56th Legislative Assembly. 1999. RetrievedJune 3, 2018.
  4. "2008 Hall of Fame Inductees Named". North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame. 2008-06-04. Archived from the original on 2009-08-28. Retrieved2009-01-05.
  5. "North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame - Hall of Honorees - Steven W. 'Steve' Tomac". www.northdakotacowboy.com. Retrieved17 April 2017.


Steve Tomac
Steve Tomac Language Watch Edit Steve Tomac born 1953 was a Democratic member of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly serving in both the North Dakota House of Representatives 1987 1989 and the North Dakota Senate 1991 2002 1 Tomac represented Morton County in both North Dakota s 53rd Legislative District 1987 1989 2 and the 31st Legislative District 1991 2002 He lives in Saint Anthony North Dakota 3 Personal life EditSteve Tomac was born in Hettinger North Dakota in 1953 and currently works as a farmer rancher in Saint Anthony He previously worked as a professional rodeo clown performing at rodeos from 1971 until 2004 As a rodeo clown he performed as both a bullfighter barrel man and contract specialty act In August 2008 he was inducted into the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame 4 5 References Edit Dakota Lawmakers PDF North Dakota Legislative Council Retrieved June 3 2018 North Dakota Secretary of State 1989 North Dakota Centennial Blue Book Bismarck North Dakota Legislative Assembly p 430 Senator Steve Tomac 56th Legislative Assembly 1999 Retrieved June 3 2018 2008 Hall of Fame Inductees Named North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame 2008 06 04 Archived from the original on 2009 08 28 Retrieved 2009 01 05 North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame Hall of Honorees Steven W Steve Tomac www northdakotacowboy com Retrieved 17 April 2017 This rodeo related article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte This article about a North Dakota politician is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Steve Tomac amp oldid 1043806717, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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