OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Insurance Department formally notified federal officials this month that it is returning nearly $1 million in ObamaCare funds, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak announced Tuesday, while urging Gov. Mary Fallin to sign legislation that would reaffirm Oklahoma's control over health care issues. "This is the fulfillment of my campaign promise to protect Oklahomans by opposing ObamaCare every way I can and of the commitment I made in April to return the ObamaCare funds," Doak said. The $1 million grant, which was received in August 2010, provided funding for the Insurance Department to conduct health insurance premium rate reviews to identify what the federal legislation said were "...unreasonable and...

By Jason Flanary

Oct. 29, 2010 Centreville, VA - A survey conducted by ccAdvertising, a Virginia based public opinion firm, shows John Doak with a double digit lead over the Democratic opponent Kim Holland.

On October 21-22 a poll of 11,071 “likely voters” voters in Oklahoma showed...


By Justin Martino

Oct. 15, 2010

(POL) While some people may say the office of insurance commissioner is a nonpartisan position, John Doak, who is the Republican candidate for that office, said he disagrees.

"I'm running as a Republican, a conservative Republican," he said. "I'm proud of...

Published by SoonerPoll.com

Oct. 19, 2010

In a poll conducted less than a month before Election Day, SoonerPoll asked respondents about nine statewide races and found Republicans leading in all nine.

The current margins by which Republican candidates lead their Democratic counterparts range from a...

By: Barbara Hoberock

Tulsa World 

Oct. 10, 2010

OKLAHOMA CITY - Political newcomer John Doak is trying to unseat Kim Holland as head of the Oklahoma Insurance Department.

Doak, a Republican, faces Holland, a Democrat, on the Nov. 2 ballot for state insurance commissioner.

Doak, 47, said his...