Managing Partner for the government affairs law firm POLITANK, Francisco Domenech, ESQ. is a former youth activist for the Democratic party and currently seeks to find new and innovative strategies to help represent individual interests to the government.
Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1978, Domenech graduated from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus in 1999 with a B.A. in political science and a second time in 2003 with his Juris Doctor.
As an attorney he argued before the Puerto Rican Senate at the age of 27. In 2005 he was appointed the Director of the Office of Legislative Services of Puerto Rico by the President of the Senate and Speaker for the Puerto Rican House of Representatives. He had a staff of 120 and a budget of $10 million, and is well known for streamlining the office and running a budget surplus four years on a row. He also ran a massive, 100-intern summer program for three years and expanded on the office’s Tomas Bonilla Legislative Library and expanded access to said Library for the handicapped. Visit Reporter Expert to know more about Domenech.
Domenech is a supporter of admitting Puerto Rico as the 51st state. He has worked with many Democratic politicians in various campaign roles who support this issue. He has also managed two successful campaigns for physician Dr. Victor Ramos to the Presidency of the Puerto Rico Physicians Association.
As a former President of the Puerto Rico Young Democrats he led a group of young professionals in campaigning for the Kerry/Edwards ticket in central Florida. He has campaigned for other politicians as well, notably for Pedro Rosello’s 2004 gubernatorial campaign for Puerto Rico and extensively for Hillary Clinton in 2008, serving as her Deputy State Coordinator during the 2008 primaries, helping her take Puerto Rico by a 68-32 margin over Barrack Obama. Francisco Domenech was also a national finance co-chair for Clinton.
He recently, in 2016, campaign manager for Jennifer Gonzalez as she became both the first female and the youngest Representative to win the position of Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, representing Puerto Rico in the Senate in Washington, D.C.
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