A Proven Track Record of Innovation

Charles is an innovative voice in how to change government.  Bringing together many diverse experiences, Charles will bring a broad range of education and discipline from an array of backgrounds to solve problems instead of pointing fingers at the opposing party. 

Charles is running for the District 42 Senate seat which includes Midwest City, Del City, Oklahoma City, and Choctaw.

Since moving back to Midwest City, Charles has grown concerned how government planning can destroy citizens’ rights and stunt the growth of areas not deemed “acceptable” by the elite politicians in charge.  An example of this over reach in Midwest City occurred when the city declared imminent domain on homes in the original part of town to create a new shopping area on SE 29th street, effectively transferring businesses from privately owned areas to city owned property and destroying private citizens’ personal property and rights. 


Relocating from Denver at the age of 9, Charles has called Midwest City home. He graduated valedictorian and class president at Moore High School and was accepted to the University of Missouri-Columbia on a wrestling academic scholarship while studying theater.  After three years he moved to Florida to pursue his dream of acting and fulfilling that dream by working as a stunt man at Universal Studios, Florida.  Charles then moved to Dallas where he set up one of the first internet sales departments at one of the largest Acura Dealerships in the country beginning a lifelong love of efficiency through technology.  Next, he built a large outside builder sales business at Millcreek Carpet and Flooring while creating efficiencies through the use of online programs.  He also started a plumbing business with his cousin.  Along the way, he returned to school to finish a degree at Rose State College as a working professional and entered the apprentice program with Local 344 plumbers and pipefitters union to become a commercial plumber.

Whether talking to actors, athletes, white collar workers, or folks grinding out a living in the trades, Charles has the personal background to solve problems, succeed in challenging environments, and empathizes with a broad range of constituents on the problems that effect their lives.