Domonique Clemons was elected to serve as County Commissioner for the 4th District in 2020. Born and raised in Flint Michigan, Domonique Clemons attended Flint Southwestern High School and holds a Public Policy Degree from Michigan State University, as well as a master’s degree in Political Management from The George Washington University.
He serves as Director of Diversity and Staff Development for the Democratic Caucus of the Michigan House of Representatives. In this role he leads training and development efforts for the democratic staff of the house of representatives, with a focus on inclusion and equity. For years, Domonique has worked every day to help ensure residents from across the state have access to essential services and that their voices are being heard.
Domonique is an active leader in Democratic politics, having staffed several campaigns in the Flint area, and serves as treasurer of the Genesee County Democratic Party, treasurer of the Young Democrats of Genesee County, and Executive Director of the Genesee County Leadership Corps. He has several years of government and advocacy experience, previously serving in roles such as Chief of staff to State Representative Alex Garza, Strategy Assistant for the Michigan College Access Network, Regional Organizing Director for the Hillary Clinton Campaign, and Communications Specialist in the Michigan Senate.
As County Commissioner, Domonique has made it a priority to build a brighter future for Genesee County. He is focused on bringing people of all backgrounds together and being a voice for every resident living in the district, which covers parts of the City of Flint, and Flint Township. Domonique understands the uniqueness and the challenges that so many residents, families, and small businesses in the community face on a day-to-day basis and is dedicated to working towards finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges affecting the greater Flint area.
You can reach Commissioner Clemons at (810) 341-5937 or [email protected].