Texans would go to the polls every four years and elect the Commissioner of Insurance under legislation introduced by Rep. Kyle Kacal (R-Bryan). HB 683 would also change the qualifications of the commissioner so that anyone of at least 30 years of age, holds a bachelor’s degree, and has resided in Texas for at least five years immediately preceding the election. The first election for commissioner would be held in 2014 in conjunction with other major statewide offices.

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