List of North Dakota Insurance Commissioners

The following is a list of Insurance Commissioners of North Dakota.

Number of North Dakota Insurance Commissioners by party affiliation
Party Commissioners
Democratic-NPL 3
Republican 16
Independent 1
# Name Term Party
1 A.L. Carey 1889–1892 Republican
2 James Cudhie 1893–1894 Independent
3 Fred Francher 1895–1898 Republican
4 George W. Harrison 1899–1900 Republican
5 Ferdinand Leutz 1901–1904 Republican
6 Ernest C. Cooper 1905–1910 Republican
7 Walter C. Taylor 1911–1916 Republican
8 Sveinung A. Olsness 1917–1934 Republican
9 Harold Hopton 1935–1936 Republican
10 Oscar E. Erickson 1937–1945 Republican
11 Otto Krueger 1945–1950 Republican
12 Alfred J. Jensen 1951–1962 Republican
13 Frank Albers 1963–1964 Republican
14 Karsten O. Nygaard 1965–1968 Republican
15 Jorris O. Wigen 1969–1976 Republican
16 Byron Knutson 1977–1980 Democratic-NPL
17 Jorris O. Wigen 1981–1984 Republican
18 Earl Pomeroy 1985–1992 Democratic-NPL
19 Glenn Pomeroy 1993–2000 Democratic-NPL
20 Jim Poolman 2001–2007 Republican
21 Adam Hamm 2007– Republican

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