Francisco J. Domenech Esq. is a Lobbyist and Clinton Fundraiser

Fransico J. Domenech Esq. is an attorney and lobbyist. Domenech practices law in Puerto Rico and in US federal courts. He is a managing partner at Politank, a political lobbyist firm, helping private interests. In Puerto Rico, he served in political support offices. He served in various administrative roles in the Puerto Rican Senate and its Congress. He was the lawyer for the Senate President and the Director of the Office of Legislative Services. He defended the Puerto Rican Senate in court and supervised other lobbyists too. From 2005-2008 he was the Director of the Office of Legislative Services of the Puerto Rican Legislative Assembly. Read more about Domenech at about.me

He is best known for his political work during campaigns. He is a Democrat and spent years assisting Hillary Clinton in her presidential race. He worked as the head of the Young Democrats of America. During that tenure, Domenech campaigned in Puerto Rico for Secretary of State Clinton. When Domenech assisted Clinton in her two presidential election bids, she won the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico in the primaries. He worked as her Deputy Campaign Manager in 2008 and 2016. Domenech raised $200,000 dollars for Clinton’s campaign and assisted her when she visited the commonwealth in 2016. Domenech also served as a co-chair of the Hillblazers, a political activist group for young people who voted for Clinton in 2008.

Domenech was a delegate and member of the Democratic National Committee from 2007 -2012. In addition, Domenech worked for the campaign of Hon. Jenniffer Gonzalez, who won the seat of Puerto Rico’s Resident Commissioner.

Francisco Domenech became a winning member of Puerto Rico’s 40 under 40 awards. He studied at the University of Puerto Rico’s Rio Piedras Campus and in 1999-2000, he served as the President of the Student Body. He feels young people deserve to be in the political arena. Domenech supports statehood for Puerto Rico. Visit: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/04/07/AR2008040702603_2.html?nav=rss_politics&sid=ST2008040703002&noredirect=on