Glen Mulready, a long-time insurance professional and state representative, has won the nomination to run as the Republican candidate for Oklahoma’s next insurance commissioner.
He will face Democratic challenger Kimberly Fobbs in the November general election.
Mulready has 35 years of experience in the insurance industry. He previously served as the insurance committee chairman in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and currently serves as the floor leader emeritus.
Mulready won 218,849 votes in the primary election, winning the nomination by more than 38,000 votes, according to his campaign organization.
Fobbs is chair of the Tulsa County Democratic Party and is active in Tulsa County politics, but this is the first time she has run for a statewide office.
Fobbs has served in management and leadership roles at the insurance and financial services company, MetLife.
She has served on the Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission and is an advisor to SmartGrowth Tulsa. She also teaches women’s empowerment and business seminars and advocates for judicial independence for Oklahoma Courts.
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