Francisco Domentech is renowned in the Puerto Rican political scene, and is currently the Managing Partner at Politank. Politank is a law firm he founded more than a decade ago, and focuses on developing strategies in order to represent private interests before a governmental forum. Domentech’s academic record consists of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and his Juris Doctor, earned from the University of Puerto Rico.
In the past, Mr. Domentech held the role of Chief Legal Counselor for Kenneth McClintock, the Senate President of Puerto Rico. He provided legal advice and oversaw all in-house work, representing the Senate’s best interest before courts. After six months, he was part of the Office of Legislative Services, where he acted as Director. He managed a staff of more than 125 employees and a budget of over $11 million, during all three years of his activity (from 2005 to 2008) turning surpluses. Through his years of activity, in both the political as well as legal world, Domentech managed to gain a deep knowledge and experience in his respective field. Read more about Domenech at about.me
In between 2007 and 2012, Francisco Domentech represented the Young Democrats of America while acting as member in the Democratic National Committee. During the 2008 primary elections he was the Deputy Campaign Manager in Puerto Rico of candidate Hilary Clinton. His candidate won with 68-32 against Senator Obama. In the 2016 elections he once again managed the primary campaign of Hilary Clinton in Puerto Rico, where she won with 61-37 against Senator Bernie Sanders. He assisted in organizing his candidate’s trip to Puerto Rico during the 2016 election cycle, and sat on her presidential campaign committee, the National Finance Committee, due to him being a top fundraising bundler.
Whether individually or through Politank, Francisco Domentech took part in a number of philanthropic projects throughout the years, such as the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, among others. Through philanthropic donations to the Clinton Foundation, Domentech supports his previous political relationships. He is admitted to practice before the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico court, and many others throughout the United States, including the U.S. Supreme Court.
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