Francisco Domenech was born on April 29, 1978, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Francisco becomes the former Director of the office of Legislative service of Puerto Rico [2005-2008]. He spent most of his youthful years in Ocala, Florida.
Francisco was a supporter of admitting Puerto Rico as the 51st state of the United States. In 2003 he becomes the first president of Puerto Rico Young Democrats [PRYD]. Domenech was the first person in the history of Young Democrats of America [YDA] to serve for seven years in a row as a national officer. In December 2007 he was appointed by Senator Clinton to co-chair her bid for presidential campaigns. He co-ordinated a successful primary campaign for Senator Clinton in Puerto Rico. He also participated in the national finance committee for Hillary’s presidential campaigns.
Domenech served also as a campaign manager for Jennifer Gonzalez to win the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico seat in Washington, D.C. He led a campaign team that made history by voting in the first youthful woman to represent Puerto Rico in the Congress. He also served as a whip in Puerto Rico delegation. Francisco Domenech was a top fundraiser for Senator Clinton’s campaign in the U.S territory. He is a regular Tv commentator Puerto Rico. He has also played roles in two presidential campaigns for Physician Association in Puerto Rico and also were a success.
Francisco Domenech was jointly appointed in 2005 by the President, Senate of Puerto Rico and Puerto Rico’s house of representatives speaker to be the Director of the office of the Legislative service of Puerto Rico with a staff of about 120 and a budget of USD 10 million. He steered the office well thus expanding it and having a surplus budget during his four-year tenure in a row.
Francisco led a voter registration of the Puerto Rican’s at the Florida corridor depicted as the one Hillary Clinton registered Hispanic’s in Texas in the 70s. Domenech has been a delegate to [DNC] Democratic National Convention the position he held for five years at his fourth year. He was elected as a Delegate Representing his Bayamon Senatorial district.
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