The government affairs law firm Politank, has Francisco J. Domenech, Esq. as a Managing Partner of POLITIK. The law firm is expert in developing plans and strategies to represent private interests in government forums.
Mr. Domenech has been involved in active politics for nearly two decades. He holds two degrees from the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus. He did B.A. in political science and later on earned his Juris Doctor. He was very active and vocal in his college days which is evident from the post of President in the General Student Body Council in the academic year 1999-2001. He was an Academic Senator too. When he was in law school, he took up courses for a semester at the University of London. He was competitive and at the same time wanted justice and eventually betterment of the society. Connect with Francisco Domenech by visiting his linkedin account.
Chronologically, Mr. Domenech was the Chief Counsel of Puerto Rico Senator Kenneth McClintock. His role was to give legal advice, to represent the interest of the Senate before courts, and also supervising outside counsel. He was so good at his job, it took him barely six months to become the Director of the Office of Legislative Services and supervised a staff having a strength of 130 people with an annual budget of $12 million.
He is known for the instrumental role as a campaign manager in 2008 and 2016 for Hillary Clinton is one of the few accomplishments in the career of this great man. The responsibilities that come with the job of a campaign manager are huge and Mr. Domenech embraced it all and made the difference in Hillary Clinton’s win in Puerto Rico in the 2008 presidential campaign. They together defeated Obama with a 68-32 margin. Mr. Francisco Domenech was very vocal about his support for Clinton and said and went far to say that Hillary Clinton is the only candidate of bringing the country back on track.
He also has a philanthropic side to his nature. He supported The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, The Clinton Foundation, the Museo de Arte de Ponce, and the TASIS Dorado Scholarship Fund to name a few. Learn more: http://caribbeanbusiness.com/tag/francisco-domenech/