Aug. 25, 2010
GOP nominee focuses on November, making
“Thank you to everyone who voted Okie Doak,” Doak said. “We are honored by the support we have received as well as pleased by the national, state and local endorsements of my campaign. I am proud to have earned the Republican nomination.”
Since the Primary Election on July 27, in which no candidate received a majority in the insurance commissioner’s race, a number of highly respected Republican leaders endorsed Doak. These supporters include former Presidential Candidate and Governor Mike Huckabee, U.S. Senator Don Nickles, former Congressman J.C. Watts and current Corporation Commissioners Dana Murphy and Jeff Cloud.
“The full focus can now turn to the differences between me and the Democratic candidate, Kim Holland, who was a 2008
“I look forward to beginning a dialogue with insurance companies, both inside and outside Oklahoma, to enhance the business climate of our state and improve its economy by drawing more companies here as the next Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner as well as protecting Oklahomans from irresponsible rate increases and taxes,” Doak said.
He is a plaintiff in the federal lawsuit against Obama Care and is an advocate of implementing health care solutions at the state level, of buying insurance across state lines and of association health plans to increase options and lower insurance costs for Oklahomans.
Doak has served as an agent for Farmers Insurance and State Farm Insurance as well as serving in executive positions with national companies such as Marsh Inc. and Aon Risk Services and is a member of the
Visit www.okiedoak.com or call (918) 935-2010 for more information.