Francisco Domenech is Politank’s managing partner. Politank is a law firm for government affairs, specializing in developing strategies to strongly represent private interests before forums set by the government. Also, Domenech is a passionate philanthropist, and through Politank, he has been supporting several causes over the last ten years.
He gained experience in politics in a broad array of roles, like campaign management, policy development, opposition research, voter registration, canvassing, and fundraising. Francisco Domenech’s knowledge and experience in political and legal worlds have helped in shaping him to become powerful and influential.
He’s a twice graduate of a Río Piedras, San Juan, Puerto Rico-based public research university known as UPR-R, where he earned his J.D. and his Bachelor of Arts in political science. During the 1999 to 2000 academic year, Francisco Domenech was the general student body council president. Also, at this period he was serving as an academic senator prior to the UPR-R senate. Before that, from 1998-1999, he served at the UPR-R’s College of Social Sciences as a student body president. During law school, Francisco Domenech also went to University College London (UCL) for a semester and took various courses in comparative law. Connect with Francisco Domenech by visiting his linkedin account.
From 2007-2012, he was a member of formal a governing body called the DNC (Democratic National Committee), where he was representing the YDA (Young Democrats of America). Francisco Domenech was also a delegate to the last four DNC (Democratic National Conventions). During the primary campaign of Hillary Clinton, he was the deputy campaign manager in Puerto Rico, where Hillary polled a 68 to 32 victory margin over Senator Obama.
Francisco Domenech served as a national finance co-chair of Ready for Hillary in 2008; he coordinated fundraisers for the independent expenditure-only committees (super PAC) throughout the country. In 2016, Domenech managed Hillary’s successful primary campaign also in Puerto Rico, and she managed to poll 61 to 37 victory margin over Senator Sanders.
He’s allowed to practice before the following courts: the U.S. Supreme court, Court of International Trade, the District of Columbia (DC) Circuit, the Federal Circuit, the United States Courts of Appeals for the First Circuit, the United States D.P.R and Puerto Rico.