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Revision as of 08:45, 13 August 2011

Maine

Maine State Executives
Governor
Secretary of StateAttorney General
TreasurerAuditor
Commissioner of Education

Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry Commissioner
Superintendent of Insurance
Labor Commissioner
Public Utilities Commission
The Maine Superintendent of Insurance is a state executive position in the Maine state government.

Current officeholder

The current officeholder is Eric Cioppa. He was appointed to serve as acting director by Gov. Paul LePage on June 1, 2011 after Mila Kofman resigned.[1]

Compensation

In 2010, the Maine Superintendent of Insurance was paid an estimated $96,553 according to the Council of State Governments.[2]

Contact information

Physical address:
Department of Professional & Financial Regulation
Bureau of Insurance
76 Northern Avenue
Gardiner, Maine 04345

Mailing address:
34 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333-0034

Telephone: 800-300-5000 or 207-624-8475
TTY for hearing impaired: 888-577-6690
Fax: 207-624-8599
Email: Insurance.PFR@maine.gov

See also

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