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Ken Bullock named to Bannock County Commission

Former McCammon Mayor Ken Bullock has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Bannock County Commission.

Governor Butch Otter announced Friday that Bullock would replace Commissioner Karl Anderson, who stepped down from the post in December due to health issues.

Bulluck is a business consultant who served as Mayor and a member of the McCammon City Council for 22 years.

From 2004 to 2016, Bullock served as a human resources director, financial manager, and associate director of the nonprofit Partners for Prosperity in Blackfoot. He also worked as a fiscal officer, controller, and accountant for area businesses, as well as serving as a business consultant and contract instructor at Idaho State University.

Otter selected Bullock from among three candidates nominated by the Bannock County Republican Central Committee.

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