Aug. 25, 2010

GOP nominee focuses on November, making Oklahoma more business friendly

TULSA, Okla. – John Doak won the GOP runoff Tuesday over former Insurance Commissioner John Crawford.

Doak, of Tulsa, took the lead early in the polls and never lost it, winning the Republican Nomination for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner with 71 percent of the vote. He will represent the Republican Party in the Nov. 2 general election.

“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.”

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