Oct. 25, 2010 OKLAHOMA CITY – U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) today endorsed John Doak for Insurance Commissioner of Oklahoma.

“John Doak is a competent businessman of the utmost integrity, and I proudly endorse him for Insurance Commissioner,” Inhofe said. “He will unapologetically oppose the imposition of ObamaCare on the families and businesses of Oklahoma. It is critical that Oklahoma elect state leaders this fall who will stand up against these types of detrimental policies.”

Doak is a plaintiff in the Oklahoma lawsuit that challenges the constitutionality of the ObamaCare mandates.

"We need the strong, conservative, pro-business leadership of Republican John Doak," Inhofe said.

Doak has been an established businessman in the...

Holland served as an official invitee to the 90-day celebration of ObamaCare Oct. 19, 2010 TULSA, OKLA – According to a June 22 release issued by the White House, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Kim Holland was an official participant of the 90-day celebration of the Affordable Health Care for...

Oct. 15, 2010

TULSA, OKLA. – In a statement released today, John Doak, the Republican Nominee for Insurance Commissioner, challenged incumbent Kim Holland to take a position on State Question 744.

“This measure would be extremely harmful to our state,” Doak said, “and would have a devastating...

Oct. 4, 2010 TULSA, OKLA. – In the closing moments of the 2010 legislative session, the fee Oklahomans pay for a copy of a motor vehicle report was more than doubled.

The last-minute increase made Oklahoma’s fee for such records the highest in the nation.

“This fee increase hurts both businesses...

Sept. 9, 2010

Newberry, Doak encourage voters to vote yes

OKLAHOMA CITY – State Senator Dan Newberry and John Doak, the Republican Nominee for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner, today announced their joint efforts to support State Question 756 and educate voters about it, stressing its importance to...

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