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Special Assistant, Bureau of Reclamation

Alexander “Alex” Sterhan has been a Special Assistant in the Bureau of Reclamation since January 2018.

Alex Sterhan attended Rocky Mountain College and Montana State University. He was a salesman in Bozeman, MT, at Optimum, Inc. from 2011 to 2012 and George’s Distributing from 2012 to 2014, before working on the congressional campaign of Ryan Zinke in 2014. Alex Sterhan claims on his resume that he worked in a district office in Ryan Zinke’s congressional office starting in January 2014, but it appears from congressional records that he may have only been paid by the Office of Congressman Ryan Zinke from January 2015 to June 2017.

Sources: [Department of the Interior, accessed 10/17/18, Alex Sterhan Resume, ProPublica’s Trump Town, accessed 10/17/18, LinkedIn Profile for Alex Sterhan, accessed 10/17/18, and Legistorm Profile for Alex Sterhan, accessed 10/17/18]

Political Connections

Alex Sterhan, since 2010, has contributed $480 to Montana Republicans, including $250 to Greg Gianforte’s 2016 gubernatorial campaign.

Alex Sterhan, in 2010, contributed $130 to the campaign of Roy Brown, who was a Republican state Senate candidate.

Source: [National Institute for Money in State Politics Search for Alex Sterhan, accessed 10/17/18]

In 2012 he contributed $100 to the campaign of Richard Hill, who was a Republican gubernatorial candidate.

Source: [National Institute for Money in State Politics Search for Alex Sterhan, accessed 10/17/18]

Alex Sterhan, in 2016, contributed $250 to the campaign of Greg Gianforte, who was a Republican gubernatorial candidate.

Source: [National Institute for Money in State Politics Search for Alex Sterhan, accessed 10/17/18]

Financial

Financial Disclosure

Source: Office of Government Ethics

Department of the Interior Salary: $53,912

Source: [Alex Sterhan, ProPublica’s Trump Town, accessed 10/17/18]