FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 25, 2018
Mulready Reports Successful Fundraising Period
More than $200,000 raised in quarter; Tops $500,000 for campaign
TULSA, OK – Glen Mulready’s campaign for Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner released fundraising totals today showing the Republican candidate well-positioned for this year’s contest. By raising $203,225.80 during the fourth quarter of 2017, the campaign has $505,264.40 in its coffers to date and approximately $400,000 on hand for future campaign expenses.
“I am continually encouraged by the support received from those who know the insurance industry and those who support a free-market approach to insurance. Oklahomans know we need a regulatory system that promotes more choices for insurance consumers.” Mulready stated.
Endorsed by term-limited Insurance Commissioner John Doak, as well as the Chairmen of both the State House and Senate Insurance Committees, Mulready has spent much of his time visiting with voters across the state.
“While we have been successful, we take nothing for granted,” Mulready stated. “I’m a candidate who tells it like it is. I’ll be in your town, and when you see me, I’ll ask for your vote and probably for a campaign contribution,” Mulready joked.
“Our contributions have come from all parts of the state,” stated Robert Aery, Mulready’s campaign manager. “Glen is continuing to listen to voters, insurance agents, and those who care about access to affordable insurance. We’ll continue these visits as we start the sprint toward Election Day.”