Patrick Rooney, Jr.
| April 15, 1944 (age 71) (1944-04-15) |
Reagan Domino, Mason Domino
Shepard Broad Law Center (2011–2014), Harvard Business School (1972), Florida State University (1966)
Carl J. Domino Wikipedia
Carl J. Domino (born April 15, 1944) is a former member of the Florida House of Representatives, representing the 83rd district from 2002-2010. He was the Republican nominee for the United States House of Representatives in Florida's 18th congressional district in 2014 but was defeated by Patrick Murphy.
Domino received his bachelor's degree in accounting from Florida State University in 1966. He received his MBA from Harvard University in 1972. In 2014, at the age of 70, Domino obtained a law degree from Nova Southeastern University.
Domino is a former officer in the U.S. Navy. He began his career as an investment manager in 1972. He started Carl Domino Associates in 1987, which was renamed Northern Trust Value Investors (NTVI) in 2000. Domino serves as president of NTVI, which has $3.5 billion of assets under management.
Domino served in the Florida House of Representatives, representing the 83rd district, from 2002-2010. Domino was not eligible to run for re-election to the Florida House of Representatives in 2010 due to term limits. He instead opted to run for the Florida State Senate, losing in the Republican primary for district 25. He served as Majority Whip from 2004-2006.
In 2012 Domino ran to represent Florida's House of Representative's District 82. He was defeated in the Republican primary by MaryLynn Magar.
In 2014, Domino ran to represent Florida's 18th congressional district. He won a six-way Republican primary in August 2014, and faced incumbent Democrat Patrick Murphy in the general election.
Domino got 40.2% of the vote, losing to Murphy's 59.8%.
In 2016, Domino ran again for the Republican nomination for the 18th District seat, which was being vacated by Murphy, but lost the August 30, 2016, placing fourth with 13% of the vote in a six-way race that was won by Brian Mast.
Domino was born in Virginia. He moved to Jupiter, Florida in 1958. He was married to Deborah Claney Domino, but divorced. He currently resides in Jupiter with his wife, Sharon, and their two children. He has served on the board of directors of the Seminole Boosters, the American Cancer Society, the Palm Beach Economic Council, and Easter Seals Florida.