Two independent gubernatorial candidates announced key members of their financial teams on Tuesday.

Eliot Cutler of Cape Elizabeth named David Flanagan to be his campaign treasurer.

Flanagan, a former president of Central Maine Power Co., ran for governor as an independent candidate in 2002. He also worked as general counsel to the U.S. Senate’s Homeland Security Committee, investigating the government’s response to Hurricane Katrina.

He is now chief executive officer of Preservation Management Inc., a nationwide affordable-housing service management company based in South Portland. He also serves on numerous boards in the state.

Flanagan replaces Robert C.S. Monks, who has stepped down as treasurer. Monks is an investor in and a board member of MaineToday Media, which publishes The Portland Press Herald, the Maine Sunday Telegram, the Kennebec Journal and the Morning Sentinel, the weekly Coastal Journal in Bath and their respective websites.

Cutler also announced that Marion Freeman of Freeport is the campaign’s new finance chair. Freeman is a director of Kepware Technologies, according to a release from the campaign.

Another independent candidate, Shawn Moody of Gorham, announced the members of his finance committee on Tuesday.

The committee includes Chris Moody, Danielle Moody, Jim Moody, Kim Moody, Gordon Scannell Jr., George Harrison and Dan Rollins.