John D. Doak

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John D. Doak is an American Republican politician from Oklahoma who is serving as the 12th and current Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner.


After graduating from the University of Oklahoma in 1988 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, Doak launched a branch of the Farmers Insurance Group in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Doak would later leave Farmers to work for various other insurance companies, eventually being promoted to corporate level positions. Doak is a former board member for the Tulsa Ronald McDonald House, the Tulsa Opera, and Dillon International Adoption Agency. He previously served as a member of the Oklahoma Governor’s Round Table for Business Development.

Doak was elected as Insurance Commissioner in 2010, defeating incumbent Democratic opponent Kim Holland.

Personal life[edit]

John Doak and his wife, Debby, live in Tulsa with their children, Zack and Kasey.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Kim Holland
Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner
January 10, 2011 - present
Party political offices
Preceded by
Bill Case
Republican nominee for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner
Succeeded by
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