When she chose Chuck Warren, Utah businessman and political specialist to be her finance co-chair, Republican Mia Love knew she had picked a man capable demonstrated himself to be a remarkable fundraiser. The managing director for Silver Bullet, LLC, he has dealt with issues like public affairs, crisis communication and initiative qualifications on behalf of large multinational corporations, high-profile law firms, municipalities, developers and many other types of organizations.
However, whereas he has worked in almost every state, for Chuck Warren, Utah is special. He has served as the National Republican Congressional Committee Finance Chair for Utah and Arizona and he served prominent campaign finance roles with several Republican presidential campaigns as well as numerous Republican campaigns for the House and Senate. He is so influential in Republican politics that he was selected as one of “Campaigns and Elections” magazine’s Influencers 500 in 2013. As busy as he is with business and politics, however, Chuck Warren’s Utah always comes first. He serves in various capacities with several nonprofits, including Special Olympics Utah, Boys and Girls Clubs of South Valley, Operation Kids and others. Chuck also was once a radio host for “Inside America.”
To Chuck Warren, Utah was his training ground. He has shown himself to be more than willing to take on difficult assignments and get the best results. He is also very good at implementing strategies designed to raise awareness and bring success to a variety of projects. In one example, he was able to get a $1 billion commitment from Congress for the production of commercial reusable in-space transportation for his client IOSTAR. He has also managed to bring about regulatory changes that halted some of the worst financial practices that brought down the financial system in 2008.