Florida Insurance Commissioner Kevin McCarty (left), CFO Jeff Atwater (center) and Gov. Rick Scott (right) at a news conference in 2012. (AP Photo/Steve Cannon)

Kevin McCarty’s days as head of the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation are limited, according to numerous reports.

Gov. Rick Scott has confirmed that he is considering replacing McCarty, who has served as the Florida Insurance Commissioner since 2003. Reports spread that the governor was looking to shake up his administration as he begins his second term–and that shake up included eyeing Louisiana Deputy Commissioner of Consumer Advocacy Ron Henderson for McCarty’s position.

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