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Mikael Granlund is smiling a lot more now than he was last year. “I wasn't really happy at all the whole season,” the 31-year-old center-winger shared on the second day of San Jose Sharks training...
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Though only 25 when he was elected to the Campbell City Council in November 2020, Sergio Lopez already has an impressive political résumé. He has served as political director for a gubernatorial race and has drafted policy for a presidential campaign. Currently he’s an elected delegate to the California Democratic Party, representing Campbell at the state level. The brand-new councilmember comes armed with big plans; read about them on his campaign site.
An author and historian, Lopez has written two original manuscripts on history and politics. He serves on the board of the Campbell Historical Museum and Ainsley House Foundation, volunteers with Campbell West Valley Rotary Corps, and is a member of the Campbell Chamber of Commerce.
Alma maters: Yale University (bachelor of arts, English and History); Duke Divinity School (master of Christian practice, planned graduation in 2022)
Notable quote: “Our small businesses are struggling and our housing crisis is only getting worse. I’m ready to get to work on these issues. I ran because I knew I was ready to do the job. ... I had a story and perspective and skills that were missing from the discussion and I can raise up the voices of many communities being left out.” —Sergio Lopez, San Jose Inside