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Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak. (PRNewsFoto/Oklahoma Insurance Department) Current Oklahoma insurance commissioner John Doak will be leaving his post at the end of the year because of state-imposed term limits. (Photo: Oklahoma Insurance Department)

Seven states held some kind of primary election or special election last week. For many voters,  the overriding question about those elections may be have been, “Was there really an election today, or are you just trying to fool me?”

Some of those little-noticed, low-participation elections could have implications for life and health insurance agents.

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