Francisco Domenech Follows His Family in Politics

Francisco J Domenech was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on April 29, 1978. Domenech is the great grand nephew of Manuel V Domenech, who was an engineer and a member of the first Puerto Rico House of Representatives in 1898. Domenechis the second cousin of Douglas Domenech, who was Secretary of Natural Resources for the Virginia Commonwealth. D Domenech was Deputy Chief of Staff in the George W. Bush administration and is awaiting confirmation for a position in the Trump administration. View Francisco Domenech’s profile at linkedin.com

The former Director of Legislative Services of Puerto Rico attended Blessed Trinity Catholic School and Forest High School in Ocala, Fla. He received his bachelor’s degree at the University of Puerto Rico Rio Piedras campus in 1999. Domenech earned his Juris Doctoral degree from the University of Puerto Rico Rio Pierdras campus in 2003. In college, he served as Academic Senator in student govenment.

Francisco Domenech was 27 when he became interested in politics. He practiced law, arguing cases before the Puerto Rico senate. Domenech won the Igartúa De La Rosa v the United States of America case. He also practiced law for the fourth of appeals.

In May 2003, Domenech was elected President of the Puerto Rico Young Democrats. In the years 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016, Domenech was a delegate at the Democratic National Convention. Francisco Domenechvoted in favor of Puerto Rico becoming the 51st state. By 2007, Hillary Clinton appointed Mr. Domenech to chair the Hillblazer’s presidential campaign group. In 2016, Francisco Domenech was in charge of the finance committee for Hillary Clinton’s recent presidential campaign.

Jennifer Gonzalez was so impressed with Francisco Domenech’s work, she appointed him campaign manager when she ran for Resident Commisioner of Puerto Rico. Gonzalez was elected, at 41, the youngest person and first woman representing Puerto Rico.

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