Francisco Domenech is the managing partner of Politank which is a boutique bipartisan government affairs firm. The organization is based in Puerto Rico. Domenech has been able to maintain a considerable amount of influence in Democratic politics in Puerto Rico for nearly two decades. He is the member of the Democratic Party and is best known for his affiliation with Hillary Clinton in both 2008 and 2016 election cycles. During both presidential campaigns, Francisco was involved in organizing fundraisers and also working as the campaign manager of Hillary Clinton during the Democratic primaries.
Over the years Francisco Domenech has been one of the biggest supporters of Hillary Clinton. Ever since he was appointed as the national co chair for Hillblazers, Domenech has been backing Clinton in political campaigns. As the co chair of Hillblazers, Francisco was involved in providing an activist platform for a number of voters such as young professionals, students and first time voters who were supportive of Clinton. As well as being in charge of Hillblazers, Domenech is also one of the national co chairs of Ready for Hillary. He has regularly coordinated fundraisers in an effort to support Clinton’s campaigns. Watch this video on Youtube
In a past statement, Francisco Domenech said that there is too much at stake for the current generation and that Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who can get the United States on the correct track. Domenech’s efforts as the Deputy Campaign Manager have helped Hillary Clinton win the primary polls in Puerto Rico during 2008 presidential campaign. That year, Clinton won the vote in Puerto Rico by a margin of 68% to 32%.
Eight years later in 2016, Francisco Domenech was involved in Clinton’s presidential campaign. He was the top fundraising bundler in Puerto Rico. During the election cycle, Domenech was able to raise $200,000 to support the candidacy of Hillary Clinton. He was also a member of Clinton’s National Finance Committee where he helped organize her 2016 election trip in Puerto Rico. Similar to the 2008 presidential campaign, Domenech was able to help Clinton win the primary in Puerto Rico. In 2016, Clinton won the nomination by a margin of 61% to 37% over Bernie Sanders.