“The office of insurance commissioner should be used to protect
Doak, who recently stepped down as a State Farm agent to campaign full time, previously held the positions of managing director of Aon Risk Services of Oklahoma and vice president of Marsh USA Inc. as well as serving as an agent with SVP of Ascension Insurance and as an agent with Farmers Insurance.
A Sooner Poll released March 11 showed a generic Republican candidate for insurance commissioner beating a generic Democrat candidate, 32.7 percent to 30.5 percent with 36.8 percent undecided.
Doak seeks to carry the Republican Party’s banner for Insurance Commissioner of
“Oklahomans have proven they do not want federal mandates and increased regulation,” Doak said. “I look forward to serving Oklahomans as a conservative voice against ObamaCare. As insurance commissioner, I will vocally oppose socialized health care and government mandated insurance while advocating for association health plans, which would immediately provide cost savings and options for business owners to fight rising health care costs.”
A recent Sooner Poll showed widespread disapproval for the recently passed health care law. It found that 65.4 percent of likely voters disapprove of the new law and 80.4 percent do not believe Americans should be penalized for not purchasing insurance mandated by the legislation.
The headquarters of Doak for Insurance Commissioner is located at 5840 S. Memorial,
Doak lives in
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