November 25, 2017
 
A couple years ago, Chuck Warren, Utah campaign finance specialist and political operative, was chosen by GOP congressional candidate Mia Love to serve as her campaign finance co-chair. It makes sense that she did so because he has proven himself to be a prolific fundraiser with a keen political mind. In recent years, Chuck Warren has served as managing director for Silver Bullet, LLC, a very important consultancy on public affairs, crisis communication and initiative qualifications.

Chuck Warren, Utah native son, has had a very distinguished career. He has worked a significant amount of magic on behalf of governments, large law firms, huge multinational corporations, and many other types of organizations and he has been able to use his expertise to guide them to better days. Over several decades, Chuck has gained a significant reputation for his willingness willing to take on difficult assignments in a way that produces the best results achievable. He is admired for his ability to develop and implement strategies to raise awareness for projects that are very important and to pull them off successfully.
May 25, 2017
 
Though he has worked in just about every state in the union, for Chuck Warren, Utah is home, which makes it special. In addition to his service as the National Republican Congressional Committee Finance Chair for Utah and Arizona, Chuck has also played important campaign finance roles with several Republican presidential campaigns, as well as campaign for the House and Senate. It is not an exaggeration to say that Chuck Warren is very influential in the field of Republican politics. In 2015, he was selected to be selected as one of the “Influencers 500” by Campaigns and Elections magazine.

It is well known throughout Utah and elsewhere that Chuck Warren has the skills to be able to successfully take on difficult assignments. He is also highly valued for his ability to create the best strategies for bring a variety of projects to a successful completion. One of his best accomplishments, for example is the $1 billion commitment he received from Congress and the Department of Defense on behalf of his client IOSTAR. That money went to the production of commercial reusable in-space transportation. Chuck Warren, Utah native, also led the ay to passing several regulatory changes that stopped many of the financial practices that brought down the financial system in 2008.