Domingo DeGrazia is a family law attorney, classical guitar player, pilot, and now candidate for LD 10 House. He is the 4th child of legendary Tucson muralist/painter Ted DeGrazia. “Domingo” means Sunday in Spanish, hence this event is on Sunday, Jan. 21st.
This will be a 3 way Democratic race in LD 10 House (for 2 seats), with incumbent Kirsten Engel, political newcomer Nikki Lee, and DeGrazia. The other seat in LD 10 is held by Republican Todd Clodfelter.
Domingo’s bio from campaign website, www.degrazieforarizona.com:
“Domingo DeGrazia is a Democrat running for the Arizona House of Representatives in Legislative District 10. The youngest son of the artist Ted DeGrazia, his family has lived in Arizona more than 100 years.
Domingo grew up in Tucson, attended Tucson public schools and Pima College. He earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace studies from Embry-Riddle in Prescott, a master’s degree in aeronautical science, and a law degree from OCU in Oklahoma.
Working with families in the Arizona foster care system, Domingo has more than a decade of experience as a trial attorney in juvenile court and several years handling appeals. Domingo is licensed in Arizona and admitted to practice in state courts, Federal District court and the Tohono O’odham Nation judicial courts. He has trained attorneys new to juvenile law and has presented to trial attorneys in juvenile appellate practice.
Domingo has been married for ten years. His wife, Mari DeGrazia, is a computer forensics director of incident response. Domingo’s step-daughters graduated from Sahuaro High School.
Domingo is a licensed pilot for airplanes and helicopters. Domingo is a member of the Aircraft Owners and Pilot’s Association and the Experimental Aircraft Association. He and his wife co-authored an article published in the April 2017 Sport Aviation magazine about consumer applications for microcomputers and cellular technology in aviation.
A supporter of the arts, Domingo has been a performing musician and song writer for 30 years. In 2015 he was inducted into the Tucson Musician’s Museum.”