Lee Roupas is the Palos Township Republican Committeeman as well as the Former Chairman of the Cook County Republican Party Cook County, Illinois. At a national level, Lee worked on the re-election campaign of President George W. Bush in Washington, D.C. as a Surrogate Event Coordinator, planning rallies for the President in battleground states across the country. He served the Republican Party on the 2004 Republican National Convention staff. He served the Party on the 55th Presidential Inauguration staff and later as the Communications Director for the Republican Party of Virginia. Prior to being elected Chairman of the Cook County Republican Party, he served on the Cook County GOP Executive Committee under Chairmen Gary Skoien and Liz Gorman.
Lee Roupas is an alumnus of the Delta Alpha chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He graduated from The George Washington University, where he was a leader in the College Republicans.
Palos Township Republican Party
Elected Committeeman in March 2006, defeating incumbent Committeeman John Minogue. Since then, Lee has built on the party started by Anne Zickus and developed a party with an executive director, Deputy Committeemen and an organization to handle each city or village in the township.
Roupas and his family live in the southwest suburban community of Palos Park, Illinois.