Campbell City Council election results tallied; swearing-in set for December 15

Sergio Lopez, District 2 Councilmember. Photo courtesy of Lopez for Campbell website.

A new city council will be sworn in at the December 15th city council meeting in the city of Campbell.

In District 1, Campbell Mayor Susan M. Landry will serve another term.  Mayor Landry bested two challengers, earning 1,380 votes or 40% of ballots cast. Anne Souza finished with 1,175 votes or 34% of ballots and Terry Hines finished third with 878 or 25% of ballots cast.

In District 2, Sergio Lopez defeated Carol Hoffman with 2,264 votes or 53% of ballots.

Lopez, at age 25 one of the area’s youngest elected leaders, is looking forward to his swearing in next week. “I am excited and ready to join this Council. We have a clear mandate to tackle in helping our city’s small businesses and navigating out of the housing crisis,” he told Cupertino Today, adding that these challenges “require both short and long term approaches.”

In other election news in Campbell, Linda Goytia won reelection to the Campbell Union High School District Board.  Incoming Santa Clara County District 4 Supervisor David Cohen has named Campbell Union High School District Trustee Stacey Brown chair of his transition team.