Politank is a Puerto Rican law firm in which attorney Francisco Domenech is the managing partner. Politank offers lobbying, legal and strategic counseling and services, focusing on government issues in Puerto Rico and how they affect businesses and organizations. Politank works to develop strategies that most effectively represent business interests and are presented by the Politank group in legislative sessions. Domenech is not only an accomplished attorney, but he is also a philanthropist because he and his Politank colleagues participate in pro-bono work, community services, and giving to charities. Domenech is also an active participant in Puerto Rican Democratic politics in which he has earned for himself, an influential position for nearly two decades.
Under Politank, he has had the opportunity to support various causes for the last decade, most notably the Democratic party. Domenech has gained varied political experiences taking part in many things such as voter registration, fundraising, opposition research, canvassing, campaign management, and policy development. The expertise and knowledge Domenech had acquired in both the legal and political fields have made him very powerful in politics. Visit Reporter Expert to know more about Domenech.
Francisco Domenech had assisted the Puerto Rico Senate President Kenneth McClintock by being his Chief Legal Counsel. His responsibilities included giving legal counsel, conveying the Senate’s concerns in court sessions, and managing the internal and external legal counsels. Domenech was also selected as the Director of the Office of Legislative Services which included managing a 125-person staff and a $12 million yearly budget.
Since Francisco Domenech was recognized as a politically experienced and knowledgeable member of the Democratic party, he worked for Hillary Clinton during the 2008 and 2016 presidential campaigns and was very instrumental during both runs because he served as Clinton’s campaign manager during the Democratic primaries in Puerto Rico. Being one of the national finance co-chairpeople of the group called, Ready for Hillary, Domenech organized several fundraisers across the country in support of the campaigns.
After working for Hillary Clinton, he assisted the then-House Minority Leader Jenniffer González-Colón’s to become the first woman to achieve the position of Resident Commissioner in Congress, which is Puerto Rico’s only territorial delegate in Washington, D.C. Another achievement for Francisco Domenech was becoming one of 59 nominees for the 2016 list of 40 Under 40 which were featured on the official website. Domenech received the most votes from the readers of the 59 nominees.