Warren Steinley was first elected in the constituency of Regina Walsh Acres in 2011. Warren decided to run for the Saskatchewan party because of his family and the strong leadership he has seen from premier Brad Wall. Warren grew up on a dairy farm near Rush Lake SK.
Warren graduated with an honours degree in Political Science from the University of Regina, he was a member of the University of Regina, he was a member of the University Track and Field team. After University Warren completed an internship with the Federal Agriculture Minister in Ottawa and then worked in the office of the Minister of Western Economic Diversification. Warren worked in the Saskatchewan Public Service with the Ministry of Executive Council as a Researcher, his last position before being elected was Director of Research for Government Caucus.
In addition to his regular duties as MLA, Warren is currently a member of the Standing Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice, Private Bills Committee, and Chairs the New Ideas Committee. Warren was elected Deputy Caucus Chair in July of 2014.
Warren and his wife Larissa have three young children, Nickson, Claire and Jameson.