Washington, DC – U.S. Third District Congressman Frank Lucas congratulates Chickasha native Kyle Domnick on his recent promotion to legislative assistant in the congressman’s Washington D.C. office. Domnick’s legislative portfolio will include energy, judiciary, immigration, trade, Native American, environment, and agriculture issues for Congressman Lucas.
“I am very pleased to promote Kyle to serve as one of my legislative assistant,” Lucas said. “As a member of my legislative staff, Kyle’s expertise on agriculture and energy issues will be very beneficial. Since beginning his new role earlier this month, Kyle has already proven to be a wonderful asset to my legislative staff and to the constituents of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District.”
Prior to his new position in Congressman Lucas’ office, Domnick served as a staff assistant in the congressman’s D.C. office and also as an intern in the House Agriculture Committee, on which Lucas serves as the Ranking Member, and as an intern in Lucas’ Canadian County office. He graduated from Oklahoma State University last December with a Bachelors of Science in Animal Science. While at Oklahoma State, Domnick served as the national undergraduate chairman of Kappa Alpha Order. He also was selected as a Senior of Significance in the Animal Science Department and served as a teaching assistant in animal science classes.
“As a native Oklahoman, it is an honor to work for an Oklahoma congressman, especially Congressman Lucas,” stated Domnick. “I look forward to serving Congressman Lucas in my new role as a legislative assistant and to helping the people of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District.”
His parents are Kim and Carolyn Domnick from Shawnee, OK. His grandmother, Mary Fuller, hails from Columbia, SC.
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