Mulready starts second term as Oklahoma insurance commissioner
Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready has been sworn into office for his second four-year term.
Mulready was sworn in by Oklahoma Supreme Court Chief Justice John Kane on the steps of the Oklahoma Capitol Building.
According to the Oklahoma Insurance Department Mulready was the only state-wide elected official to run unopposed during the last election cycle in November 2022.
“I am humbled and honoured by the opportunity to continue to serve as Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner,” Mulready said. “Over the next four years, I pledge to work tirelessly to protect Oklahoma consumers, keep our Oklahoma market competitive and healthy and ensure Oklahoma is disaster ready.”
Mulready said that some of his top priorities for his second term include:
- Help Oklahomans get ready for natural disasters and mitigate risks.
- Visit all 77 counties to meet with local insurance agents, fire departments, and municipal leaders.
- Bring more insurance sector jobs to Oklahoma.
- Educate and protect vulnerable citizens from falling victim to insurance fraud.
- Continue raising awareness of the importance of having different types of insurance—health, auto, life, etc.