ABOUT CHAD ALEXANDER

Oklahoma Political Consultant

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Chad Alexander, celebrated Oklahoma conservative talk show host, began his career in politics in 1994 as part of the historic campaign for JC Watts, Jr, the first African-American Republican elected south of the Mason-Dixon line since reconstruction. Chad served as the Deputy Campaign Manager and then Campaign Manager from 1994 until 2000. 

 

In 2001, when Chad was just 27 years old, he made history by being the youngest elected State Chairman of the Republican Party of Oklahoma. He served until 2003. 

 

After serving as the State Chairman of the Republican Party, Chad established his own political consulting and lobbying company. To date, he has served on two presidential campaigns, congressional campaigns, and consulted for numerous statewide campaigns. Chad has also lobbied for many corporations and associations. 

 

Chad is a member of the Leadership Oklahoma Class 25 and the Oklahoma City Community College Alumni Hall of Fame. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Metro Alliance, Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy, and currently for the Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce. Chad was also named the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society's 2020 Man of the Year for Oklahoma.

Chad hosts The Chad Alexander Show on KOKC Radio Monday through Friday from 4 pm to 6 pm where he covers state and federal topics as well as highlights nonprofits within Oklahoma. 

In 2021, Chad was appointed to serve on Oklahoma County Jail Trust. 

His greatest achievement is being a husband and father.