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Dominguez Cultivates Passion for Politics


Casey Dominguez’s first true political activism was in 1984 as a second-grader.

“My mom had me writing letters to the presidential candidates — Walter Mondale, Geraldine Ferraro and Ronald Reagan,” she recalled. “That’s my earliest political memory and (politics) has been a passion my whole life.”

Dominguez, an assistant professor of political science and international relations at USD since 2004, has taken on a motherly approach herself during the 2008 election. She’s been a major proponent of giving students and the campus community the chance to engage in vibrant political discussions, promote voter registration and provide opportunities for voters to learn more about election issues from informed experts. (Full Story Inside USD)

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