William Henry "Bill" Domm (July 24, 1930 - January 9, 2000) was a U.S. Representative from Huron's 10th District from 1981 until his death in January of 2000, serving nineteen uninterrupted years. A conservative Nationalist, Domm represented the Peterborough and Eubank-anchored region as a state Delegate (1971-1975) and as a state Senator (1975-1981). Domm was regarded as one of the most conservative members of Congress during his tenure, voting repeatedly in favor of causes associated with Speaker Robert Mayland, most notably his staunch and unwavering support of the death penalty. Between 1991 and 1999, he served as Conference Chairman. Domm planned to run for reelection in 2000, but died suddenly in January of 2000 at his apartment in Washington, D.C. He was replaced by Democrat Peter Adams, who filled a special election to his seat before winning that fall's election.

Domm was well-known as a member of the "East Huron Three," along with Bob Runciman and Jim Flaherty, as three Nationalists from east of Yorktown who were all at one point influential committee chairs or in leadership positions and were regarded as best friends and a three-man voting bloc. Domm was honored with a statue in Peterborough in 2002 and had a building at the Huron State Capitol in Hale named after him.

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