YCT Announce William Dominguez as new State Chair
Young Conservatives of Texas
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, May 4th, 2020
AUSTIN, TEXAS – Today, Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) is proud to announce the unanimous selection of William Dominguez as the 25th Chairman of the State Board of YCT. William hails from the small town of Kaufman, Texas, and studied Accounting at Texas Tech University. William began his journey with YCT when he joined Texas Tech’s YCT chapter in 2012. He led Texas Tech YCT as their chapter chairman in 2013 – 2014 and joined the board after graduation in 2014. While on the State Board YCT, William helped prepare Legislative Ratings for the 83rd, 84th, 85th, and 86th Legislative Sessions, and several YCT conventions. Most previously, William served as YCT’s Senior Vice Chairman. William Dominguez will be the first Red Raider to serve as State Chair since Jeff Morris.
“I am excited at the opportunity to lead my fellow YCT-ers and appreciate all of their support during the transition process” Will said. Will’s years of experience, hard work, and dedication make him well-equipped to lead YCT in our 41st year of existence.
“Will Dominguez has been a model example for all YCTers in our organization for many years. His professionalism and leadership experience make him the natural choice to serve as State Chairman. It makes me proud of him and our organization that his hard work is being appreciated with his ascension to the chairmanship. In the last year and a half, Will and I have worked together hand in hand helping take YCT to new heights. Will has personally overseen the financial side of our foundation and led the effort on legislative ratings with Nick Ciggelakis. I have all the confidence in the world that Will, our incredible members, and myself will continue to bring success to the foundation.” – Manfred Wendt, Executive Director
About The Young Conservatives of Texas: https://www.yct.org
Young Conservatives of Texas, a non-partisan conservative youth organization, has been fighting for conservative values for 40 years in the Lone Star State and publishes the most respected ratings of the Texas Legislature.