Data Trust’s success in supporting winning Republican campaigns and strengthening Republican capabilities nationwide is due in large part to the vision and guidance of its uncompensated Board of Directors, which includes several current and former Republican leaders. Data Trust is pleased to announce that it has built upon that existing expertise with the addition of Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer to the Data Trust Board of Directors. Kyle has also been elected the new Chairman of Data Trust’s Board.

Kyle brings invaluable business and political experience to Data Trust. He is an accomplished attorney who has worked as a chief administrative officer and corporate general counsel. Kyle is also a member of the Republican National Committee (RNC) and served as the RNC’s general counsel from 2021 through 2023.

As the Chairman of the Indiana Republican Party since 2017, Kyle has built an incredible record of accomplishment. A Republican serves in every statewide office and the party has supermajorities in the Indiana House and Senate. Under Kyle’s chairmanship, the Indiana Republican Party has helped elect Republicans to nine of eleven federal offices representing the state and approximately 80% of all county offices. Kyle also managed the 2020 re-election campaign of Governor Eric Holcomb.

A Board of Directors committed to Republican success ensures that Data Trust acts as a steward of Republican data and carefully reinvests revenues toward expanding and improving the data products and services it offers the Republican ecosystem. Kyle’s impressive political and private sector experience will make a significant contribution to that mission.

We also are expanding our efforts to communicate with leaders across the party to hear about their experiences in using data to help enhance what Data Trust provides and how we share it. We are excited to be able to make use of Kyle’s knowledge and experience as we undertake initiatives like this to maintain our position as the leading provider of voter and electoral data to Republican and conservative campaigns, parties, and advocacy organizations.