Saturday, July 17, 2010

Three Things Gerry Purcell Will Do In The First Week As Insurance Commissioner

If honored to be elected to be Georgia's next Insurance Commissioner, I will:

  • Establish the toughest ethics standard in State Government.
  • Begin working to expose Georgia's hidden insurance tax, which is the 2nd highest in the nation. There should NEVER be any tax or fee hidden from the taxpayers. My goal is to eventually eliminate this tax, but we must first print it on every policy statement for Georgia customers to see.
  • Appoint businesspeople to lead several task force groups to study the outdated Georgia insurance code, make recommendations on streamlining insurance department functions, and bring more competition to Georgia.
With your help next Tuesday, we can win and begin the important work of making Georgia the model insurance model for the nation.

Please Vote Tuesday, July 20th For Gerry Purcell for Insurance Commissioner!

Gerry Purcell is a life-long conservative and native of Toccoa, Georgia. A graduate of Truett-McConnell College and the Chaminade University of Honolulu, Gerry began his career as a military intelligence officer, earning several distinguished honors including the George Marshall Leadership Award. Gerry entered the corporate world with Mobil Oil, where he turned around five failing multi-million dollar business units. After a bout with cancer at age 29, he started his career over in health insurance, which he considers his calling. Gerry is now nationally recognized as a free-market health care and insurance expert, saving millions for companies and local and state governments nationwide. Gerry and his wife Julianne currently reside in Alpharetta. Gerry launched his campaign for Insurance Commissioner in March 2009 with the intention of bringing new leadership and real, common-sense solutions to Georgia government.


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