Okla. insurance commissioner runoff cost as much as $900,000

09/7/2010 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

The Aug. 24 GOP primary runoff for Oklahoma insurance commissioner cost the state as much as $900,000. The high cost of holding an election that non-Republican voters could not participate in can be a significant burden on the state, this article notes. Oklahoma should look for ways to trim election expenses, this article argues.

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