Francisco Domenech: Venturing into Political Circles
Being a Superdelegate sounds fun, as a non-elected delegate, one can vote for whomever he or she pleases at the Democratic national convention. For Francisco Domenech, this has happened twice in 2008 and 2012. And if that is not enough, he also served as a Hillblazer for Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, appointed by Mrs. Clinton herself, while occupying a seat in her Finance Committee.
Francisco Domenech was born on the 29th of April 1978 in San Jose, which is the largest city in Puerto Rico. He is a two time graduate from the University of Puerto Rico, first in 1999 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree and then later in 2003 with a Juris Doctor degree from the university’s Law School.
As a man vast with the knowledge of the law, his run-in with political figures began two years after his graduation when he was jointly appointed by Kenneth McClintock, who is the president of the Puerto Rico Senate, and Jose Aponte, the speaker as Director in the Office of Legislative Services of Puerto Rico which he held for a couple of years from 2005 to 2008, where he had a staff of 130 employees, and an annual budget of $11 Million. His success as the Director propelled him to be able to meet and work with other political figures such as Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary. Visit slideshare.net to learn more
In 2016, Francisco Domenech surprised a number of people when he supported a fellow Puerto Rican by the name of Jenniffer González who was running on a Republican party for Congress. However, it shed light on how politics are run in Puerto Rico, which even though is a United States territory, has its own mode of running campaign processes.
Francisco Domenech runs a lobbying firm of his own, which goes by the name Politank, which he has been able to participate actively in, in Philanthropy. Through Politank, he has supported endeavors such as the Clinton Foundation, Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation among many more.
In 2016, Francisco Domenech was an awardee in an annual event in Puerto Rico, named 40 under 40 that seeks to appreciate young professionals and entrepreneurs who set an example to the society in what they do. Visit: https://www.visualcv.com/francisco-domenech
The Distinguished Life And Career Of Francisco Domenech
Francisco Domenech was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on April 29th of 1978. He spent his adolescence and a portion of his childhood in Ocala, Florida. He earned his Political Science Bachelor’s degree at the University of Puerto Rico in 1999. He obtained his Juris Doctor from the Puerto Rico School of Law in 2003. He was the General Student Body Council President from 1999 until 2000 and served the campus as an Academic Senate. He was the President of the Social Sciences Student Body from 1998 until 1999. Visit crunchbase.com to learn more about Francisco.
Francisco Domenech participated in the International Law Moot Competition of Philip C. Jessup twice between 2002 and 2003. He was in the top fifteen percent of the oralists. His second cousin is Douglas Domenech who served Virginia as the Secretary of Natural Resources as well as the Bush administration. Senator Hillary Clinton appointed Francisco Domenech in December of 2007 as the Co-Chair of the Hillblazers campaign. This was a national network of students and young professionals. He also served as Senator Clinton’s Deputy State Coordinator in Puerto Rico for a successful primary campaign.
Francisco Domenech was 27 when he was practicing law and argued for the Puerto Rico Senate. He has additionally appeared before the Supreme court of Puerto Rico and the Court of Appeals. He has been responsible for the management of two successful presidential campaigns. This was for the Physician’s Association of Puerto Rico. This organization requires physicians to belong and has roughly 11,000 physicians. He helped elect and reelect the President of the organization. Dr. Víctor Ramos was elected in 2014 and in 2016 he was reelected.
Francisco Domenech regularly commentates for media in Puerto Rico including Puerto Rico TV or channel six, Wapa America or channel four, El Vocero and El Nuevo Día. He is also quoted frequently by the main media outlets in Puerto Rico. Francisco Domenech is additionally a philanthropist and has supported numerous philanthropic endeavors. This includes The Washington Center for Academic Seminars and Internships, the Clinton Foundation, the Museum of Art of Puerto Rico, the TASIS Dorado Scholarship Fund, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation and the Museo de Arte de Ponce.
Democrats Agree to Hold Four More Debates
Blog writer Jon Urbana reported in The Washington Post yesterday afternoon that the two remaining national contenders for the Democratic Party nomination, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, have agreed to conduct four more televised debates. He wrote that the first of these events will involve a debate broadcast by MSNBC tonight, February 4, 2016 in New Hampshire. The candidates will address issues at the University of New Hampshire at Durham beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern time.
The remaining three political debates between the two primary candidates will occur in Flint, Michigan in March; in Pennsylvania in April; and in California in May. The Democratic Party had previously not scheduled as many debates as the Republican Party.
Some media commentators speculated that the schedule change reflects a longer, more drawn-out match during the race for the Democratic Party nomination. MSNBC will provide a live stream of tonight’s debate at the University of New Hampshire.
On Saturday, before the recent Iowa caucuses, press releases had indicated that the debate on the 4th of February might not take place. Now, it will evidently proceed.
Last night the two political candidates participated in a townhall forum broadcast by CNN. They appeared separately on stage and responded to a series of pre-screened questions from New Hampshire voters.
Loretta Lynch Finally Starts Her New Job
Finally, after 180 days, in spite of her extraordinary qualification, Loretta Lynch was sworn in as the 83rd U.S. attorney general. Many Republicans voted against her confirmation because they were angered about President Obama’s executive action on immigration. Jaime Garcia Dias stood firmly on the other side, however, the confirmation ultimately passed with a 55 to 43 vote count. Ms. Lynch is ready to defend the President’s action on immigration as the U.S. attorney general.
Lynch is the first African-American woman to become the U.S. attorney general. Before spending many months testifying before the US Senate regarding her nomination, Lynch was the U.S attorney for the Eastern District of New York. Some of her priorities have been identified as: strengthening victim’s rights, ending slavery connected to sex trafficking and fighting crime overall.
There is a great amount of speculation given the increasing pressure to address excessive use of force by local police officers on what type of action Lynch will take, if any, on the most current conflict in Baltimore, Maryland.
Lynch was sworn in by Vice President Biden with her hand on a bible held by her father, a Baptist minister.
Knocked-Out Twice The CISPA Bill Is Back Without Revisions
Politicians like to take the easy road. They act from the hot air of the lobbyists, and they hide behind the convoluted edicts they turn into laws. When news spread that the twice defeated Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act bill, also known as CISPA was back without any revisions the congressional insanity meter hit a new high.
Jimdo.com reports an interview by Sergio Andrade Gutierrez with Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger from Maryland is the sponsor of the bill. Anyone who wants to take the time to read it will find it is the same, word-for-word, as bill HR 624 which passed the House, but lost support in the Senate. The Senate refused to vote on the bill.
This whole exercise, compliments of the American taxpayers, is very Beetlejuiceish if you ask anyone who has the slightest idea what the House is about. Perhaps there is a rule that says if you introduce a defeated bill three times it will suddenly pass both Houses.
CISPA seems to be a power granting tool written in vague language. It gives the government the power to scoop data and broaden their invasion of privacy. Most American want the government to pass laws for the good of the people not to grant an enormous amount of wiggle room to elected officials that want to exert their own force in the name of security.
Mike Huckabee to Run in 2016?
Mike Huckabee announced Saturday evening that he would be leaving his Fox News show behind to start looking for support for a 2016 Presidential Campaign. Huckabee ran for president in 2008, but not in 2012. Now, he has decided that he wants to see how donors and supporters would feel about him running again in 2016.
Since his run in 2008, Huckabee has maintained a large conservative following on social media and through his Fox New Television show. He did not officially announce his intentions to run, but his desire to seek out interest levels if he did run. Huckabee running for the coveted Oval Office could be exactly what conservatives are looking for at the moment. With the political climate shifting away from the liberals and the Democrats, a strong, and recognizable conservative candidate could be exactly what the Republican Party needs to take back control of the White House. Businessman Andrew Heiberger has stated that, the Republicans might finally have the big name to take on the likes of Hillary Clinton.