"In District 2, Sergio Lopez defeated Carol Hoffman with 2,264 votes or 53% of ballots." Read more.
“Our small businesses are struggling and our housing crisis is only getting worse. I’m ready to get to work on these issues.” Read more.
“These issues are personal for me; I grew up in the community and watched as my family lost our small business to the Great Recession and our home to foreclosure. That authenticity and passion resonated with voters.” Read more.
"Although a first-time candidate, Sergio Lopez has already been deeply engaged in supporting Campbell’s small businesses and has the experience and relationships necessary to do even more as a councilman." Read more.
"Each of the decisions that go into planning our communities, whether originally a conscious one or not, reveals the extent to which our social infrastructure is built for some of us, while often excluding many others." Read more.
"Part of the bigger picture here is that there's been a big failure of leadership and imagination by the folks still using the old ways of politics..." Listen here.
"Sergio Lopez, a progressive Democrat running for the Campbell Council, says the city should be investing in the community—not military equipment ... "[W]e have to use this moment to really invest holistically in public safety,” he told San Jose Inside. “This doesn’t accomplish that.” Read more.
"We have to hold onto the possibility of creating a new world together, of working to create a fairer, more just society in the years to come." Read more.
"If you really want to serve your community, then start doing that now." Read more.
"We must work to reform existing systems even while we imagine a better world." Read more.
"No business should be forced to close its doors for being responsible and putting the health of the community first. That means that all of us must do our part to support them." Read more.
From the archives: "The regulation helps define who is a migrant farmworker ... But it is also responsible for splitting up Fernandez’s family, and making her children’s future more uncertain." Read more.
"When I was 15 years old, my family lost everything." Read more.
"As a Campbell city councilmember, I’ll be committed to the fight against climate change. It’s one that affects all of us, and we can’t wait any longer." Read more.
"I really believe that you have the opportunity to do something historic, which is reimagine in the 21st century the role that community college districts can play." Read more.
"Coming from where I do, I'll walk more doors, talk to more people, read more than anyone — whatever it takes." Listen here.
"As we celebrate and recognize National Coming Out Day, it’s clear we need elected officials and policymakers who represent and lift up the voices of all our communities." Read more.
"It’s time for a bold new vision on public transit. That’s why we should not only be advocating expansion of service, but discussing how to make public transportation free." Read more.
"Campbell City Council candidate Sergio Lopez said after the meeting Tuesday, 'I was focused on what would help us create a liveable community.'" Read more.
"Sergio Lopez, 24, announced his candidacy for the Campbell City Council’s District 2 seat in 2020, making him the first to declare his bid for the open seat." Read more.
"En el local del partido demócrata en el Condado Santa Clara, muchas personas se congregaron para escuchar el debate." Read more.
"For me, this was the America of James Dean, Jack Kerouac, JFK, Haight-Ashbury, Memphis, Lubbock and New Orleans. That the vision of America these songs painted so vividly in my mind might not have been made for me never once crossed my mind." Read more.