Republican Professionals Continue Networking with Class

Munger EventScottsdale, Arizona – The Republican Professionals’ November networking event was another great success.  Hosted by the elegant Mondrian Hotel in Old Town Scottsdale, over 125 prominent professionals and politicians gathered to listen to gubernatorial candidate John Munger, as well as to pay tribute to our veterans.

Andy McMillan, the Vice President of Public Relations for RP’s Phoenix chapter and a veteran himself, initiated the tribute to our veterans with a speech, moment of silence, and the sounding of ‘Taps’.  Kathleen Lewis then spoke as both a mother to a soldier fighting in Afghanistan and the founder of Packages from Home.  The mission of Packages from Home is to send care and comfort packages to deployed American military heroes who are stationed in active duty theaters around the world, as well as to facilitate activities that elevate morale of all veterans.  Volunteers and donators can visit to find out more.  Republican Professionals raised $100 to donate at the event.

Gubernatorial candidate John Munger energized the crowd as he laid out his plan for prosperity and qualifications to be the next Arizona governor.  Mr. Munger also fielded questions from the audience and honored Veterans Day.  The John Munger campaign website is:

A few of the notable guests on Wednesday night included gubernatorial candidate John Munger, congressional candidates (CD-5) Jim Ward and Eric Wnuck, State Senator Jim Waring, candidates for state representative Nicholas Burr and Brenda Barton, and a slew of prominent political consultants: Bert Coleman, Tom Dalton, Kyle Moyer and Constantin Querard.  Be sure to visit in the coming days to learn the latest about Republican Professionals of Phoenix and to keep updated on next month’s free networking event to be held Thursday, December 3.  David Schweikert, candidate for United States Congress, will be the featured speaker.

The purpose of Republican Professionals is to increase the participation of Republicans in the political process, further the goals of the Republican Party, and bring Republicans together so that they may network, volunteer, organize and communicate with fellow professionals.