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City of LathropCandidate for City Council4 Year Term

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Paul Akinjo

Information Technology Analyst
2,529 votes (45.2%)Winning
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Continue a sensible Growth for our City
  • Encourage and Foster an atmosphere of stability for Business both major and small to thrive in our City
  • Quality of life of all residents, Clean and usable Park,Safety and Healthy Citizens is what a City needs and should have.

Experience

Experience

Profession:Information Technology Support Analyst
Information Technology Support Analyst, County of Alameda (2000–current)
Board Member, Tri-Vallev San Joaquin Regional Rail Authority — Appointed position (2018–current)
Council Member, City of Lathrop City Council — Appointed position (2012–2014)

Education

San Francisco State and Laney College Oakland Californiua BA Degree Industrial Arts and Technology , AA Electronics Technology Laney, Applied Electronics Circuits in computer Hardware Technology (2010)

Community Activities

Pastor, The Redeemed Christian Church Of God (2014–current)

Who supports this candidate?

Featured Endorsements

  • San Joaquin County Democratic Party
  • American Federation Of Labor Congress Of Industrial Organization
  • Lathrop-Manteca FireFghters Local 4317

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