For more than 20 years, Chip Case, has been involved in state government and politics. Beginning his career as a campaign manager for a Republican candidate who was running for the a state House seat, Case successfully led the candidate to victory.
He has held nearly every role in state government from legislative assistant to chief of staff. From 2004-2006 served as Deputy Chief of Staff to House Speaker Allan Bense, where his responsibilities included: external affairs, policy development on Medicaid Reform, Tort Reform, and Transportation, as well as the coordination of all statutory appointments for the Speaker.
Mr. Case has also served as one of one of the state’s leading chief strategists and fundraisers to various successful elections and re-election campaigns for some of the state’s top governmental officials for the last two decades. Upon his re-election to a second term, Mr. Case served on the transition team for Governor Jeb Bush.
In 2006, Mr. Case returned to the Republican Party of Florida, where he became Chief of Staff for House campaigns. He was responsible for recruiting candidates, directing strategy and media outreach, fundraising, and managing a $14 million budget for the 2008 cycle. That year, the Republican Party’s House campaign successfully maintained 76 State House seats for Republicans — the same year that President Obama won Florida and Democrats were expected to make significant gains at the state level.
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