Friday, October 13, 2017

Glen Mulready kicks off Insurance Commissioner campaign

Glen Mulready Launches Campaign for Insurance Commissioner
Announces Campaign Funds of More than $300,000

TULSA, OK – More than a hundred supporters from across the state joined Glen Mulready last night to officially launch his campaign for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner.

“I am humbled and energized by the number of people who attended the kick-off and who have supported my campaign,” said Glen Mulready, “I am grateful for every donation I have received. The campaign is growing and I look forward to continuing to travel the state to share my vision with voters about how we improve access to insurance, make our state more business friendly, and protect consumers.”

Mulready announced his statewide campaign’s first fundraising report numbers at the event. His upcoming report will show more than $302,000 in total funds and contributions. This includes $185,750 raised from more than 240 individual donors and PACs, as well as just over $1,000 in in-kind contributions. In addition, Mulready’s total includes $115,281 left over from his 2016 legislative campaign committee. As Mulready filed paperwork in July, this is the first fundraising quarter for this campaign.

“I am so happy to support Glen Mulready. I have known Glen, his wife Sally, and the boys for years. Not only is Glen an insurance professional, but he and his family are just good people,” stated event attendee Ken Wamble.

Mulready, who has more than 34 years of experience in the insurance industry, has also led numerous efforts to reform the state’s insurance laws in his capacity as a state legislator. A Republican, Mulready was first elected as to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2010. Former chairman of the Insurance Committee, Mulready currently serves as the Majority Floor Leader.

Vaughn Graham, President of Rich & Cartmill, is the chair of Friends of Glen Mulready, 2018 and Gip Gibson, President of Commerce Bank, is the Treasurer.


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