Former Director of the Puerto Rico Office of Legislative services, Lawyer Francisco J. Domenech, has for the past twenty years played an important role in Democratic politics. Born in 1978 in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Francisco is a graduate of University of Puerto Rico, where he earned his Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and later on a Juris Doctor from its School of Law.
In May 2003, Domenech was elected President of the Puerto Rico Young Democrats (PRYD). Since then he has gained vast experience by working with several democratic politicians including Governor Pedro Rossello and has participated in raising funds, registration of voters, policy development as well as being in charge of campaigns.
Between 2007 and 2012, he represented the Young Democrats of America in the Democratic National Committee. Francisco has been on the front line fighting for ladies from Puerto Rico to take up leadership roles. Read this article at washingtonpost.com
He is perhaps famous for his role in Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. During the 2008 elections, he was Clinton’s deputy campaign manager and played a significant role in aiding her to surpass Obama in the primary polls. He also played a role in helping her raise funds for her campaigns. His reason for supporting her was that she was the most favorable candidate to help his country improve its economic status.
Eight years later, during the 2016 USA national elections, he was at it again. This time around he was part of the National Finance Committee for Clinton’s campaign. He helped her raise approximately two hundred thousand dollars and enables her for a second time surpass her opponent Sanders in Puerto Rico.
During the same election period, he was the person in charge of Jennifer Gonzalez’s campaign who was contesting for a place in the US Congress as a Resident Commissioner. Luckily she won the position becoming both the first lady and the youngest ever to represent Puerto Rico in the Congress.
In 2016, during the SAN JUAN award, out of 59 persons from different fields who were being voted for by the public to make it into the list, Francisco garnered the highest votes.