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William Dominguez
State Chair
William Charles Dominguez serves as the State Chair of Young Conservatives of Texas. William hails from the small town of Kaufman, Texas and studied Accounting at Texas Tech University. He joined the Texas Tech YCT Chapter in 2012 where he began his YCT journey. He has experience as a YCT Member, Chapter Chairman, and State Board member. William has assisted in the preparation of the YCT 84th and 83rd Legislative Ratings and several YCT Conventions.

When William is not on the job he enjoys absorbing all things college football, playing tennis with his family, visiting new places with his wife, delighting in exotic cigars, and crafting bourbon based cocktails.
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Ashley Vaughan
Senior Vice Chair
Ashley Vaughan is a recent graduate of the University of Texas at Austin where she studied Government and Religious Studies. As she prepares to attend Harvard Law in the fall, she is currently the office manager at the Law Offices of Tony McDonald.

Her involvement in the Conservative Movement began her first year of college when she joined YCT-UT. Throughout her time at the UT chapter, she held the positions of Membership Director, Vice Chairman, and Chairman. She has also been involved with Young America’s Foundation, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, and the Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program.

In her free time, Ashley enjoys long runs, cooking for friends, and volunteering at her local Pregnancy Resource Center.
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Skyler Wachsmann
Chapter Maintenance Director
Skyler is a personal financial planning major and political science minor at Texas Tech University. After graduating, he hopes to become a Certified Financial Planner and improve financial literacy among young people. Born and raised in Waco, Texas, he is a big fan of Texas country music, especially Willie Nelson. Inspired by Rand Paul's 2016 presidential campaign, he has become passionate about spreading the message of liberty at Texas Tech and in West Texas. Since 2017, he has taken an active role as an officer in YCT and wants to strengthen the organization as a state board member.
Stefan Fitting
Training Development Coordinator
Stefan Fitting is a husband, father, and law student at the University of Texas. He got involved with YCT during his undergraduate at Baylor, where he graduated in an honors program with focuses in History, Political science, and Japanese. The most important political issues for Stefan are those related to the pro-life cause and fighting for a Christian conservative culture. In his free time, he likes reading about theology and grand strategy.
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Julia Crusius
Formal Content Creator
Julia is a senior at Trinity University majoring in Economics and Public Policy. She is excited to be working on communications for YCT, an organization to which she had dedicated her past three years. Her junior year she served as Chairman of Trinity’s YCT chapter. Passionate about increasing choice and efficiency in education, she plans to pursue a career in education reform policy. She has interned working on school finance with both the Texas Public Policy Foundation and the Reason Foundation. Additionally, she has been an active volunteer for the Chip Roy for Congress campaign and loves being involved in local and state politics. As a young teenager, she moved from Alaska to Texas and has come to love Texas for its culture which values freedom, enterprise, and personal virtue. When she’s not working for YCT, she enjoys singing and reading political philosophy.
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Sebastian Quaid
Alumni Director
Sebastian Quaid is a Texas State University fifth year senior, as is tradition. Mr. Quaid is a Political Science major with a minor in Journalism and intends to attend law school in the fall of 2020. Growing up with a high-ranking military officer as a father, he is no stranger to politics and the “behind the scenes” of the political world. His first major political action was running a student election for the 2008 elections in his elementary school. He currently devotes all of his working time between his academics and the Young Conservatives of Texas. After law school, he hopes to work as a lawyer for a few years before running for an office. In his free time, Sebastian is a member of various other organizations from religious to social and enjoys spending time with his family and friends at the river or around town. Sebastian never stops moving and has an insatiable hunger for what’s next.
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Harold "Tripp" Holdridge
Alumni Director
Harold "Tripp" Holdridge III joined YCT-Texas State in 2016 and was the chapter chairman from 2018-2019 before graduating in 2019. After graduating he went to intern for Congressman Chip Roy then work as the Field Director for Boatman for Congress. He currently works as the Legislative Director for Representative Steve Toth. He enjoys golf, theology, and mixology. As alumni director he looks forward to meeting and working with YCT members from days past to learn more about how the organization worked back in the day.
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Nate Dunning
IT Supervisor
Nate Dunning is a student at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He joined YCT to help increase the conservative values among the people in the UMHB community. Nate Is a leader of multiple organizations in his UMHB community with ranging topics such as politics, religion, and finance. His goal in YCT is to be able to serve his community and change people's minds on campus.
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Jonah Wendt
Communication Director
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Bryce Trull
Graphic Designer
Bryce Trull is a student at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He got involved with YCT because he wanted more conservative representation on campus. Along with YCT, Bryce is involved in many other organizations on campus and the surrounding area, such as, the Student Government Association, where he serves as Senior Class President, and Memorial Baptist Church, where he serves on the worship team and the college leadership team. His main goal as Graphic Designer is to create a lasting change in the minds of people in the great state of Texas.
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