Republican Professionals Expands to the West Valley!


New Chapter Membership Explodes to Over 600 in Just Two Months

Phoenix, AZ – Republican Professionals, a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the goals of the Republican Party, proudly announces the formation of its West Valley chapter and appointment of it officers.  Ryan Ducharme is the co-founder of the organization and continues to be National President.  “We are excited to expand our organization to serve the needs of the West Valley to stay informed of the political process and the candidates involved,” says Ducharme. 

The officers of the West Valley chapter are:

Raquel Lewis – Vice President of Marketing

Chuck Lewis – Vice President of Events

Maria Powell – Vice President of Voter Outreach

Since its inception in March, the chapter membership has skyrocketed to over 600 members.  Stay tuned.  Within a few short weeks, once the membership reaches 650, West Valley Republican Professionals hosts its exciting inaugural free networking event with big-name political guests and VIPs! Raquel Lewis, vice president of marketing for the chapter, says, “We look forward to providing a vital service to the Republican community in the West Valley.”  

The chapter kick-off event takes place soon.  To learn more about the organization or to be informed of upcoming events, join the “West Valley Republican Professionals” group on Facebook!/group.php?gid=127537716663. For more information about West Valley Republican Professionals, please contact Raquel Lewis at 602.380.9522 and

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.

Republican Professionals is dedicated to three core values: (1) Reduce the size of government–at all levels–and ensure there is less intrusion by it in our lives (2) Protect and abide by the U.S. Constitution and (3) Support free trade and capitalism and reduce the burden of excessive taxation.