Paul Akinjo
Paul Akinjo
Democratic Candidate for California Assembly District 12 Nov 3rd 2020

Paul Akinjo was unanimously appointed to the Lathrop City Council in December 2012, re-elected in 2014, and re-elected again by the voters during the General Municipal Election in 2018, to serve a term of four years.

Paul is currently a Candidate for California Assembly District 12 which encompasses a small part of the City of Lodi all the way through Highway 99 to the City of Turlock with oddities with the City Of Lathrop and Manteca all in the Central Valley. We can Do This, let us turn the Assembly District 12 Blue in November 3rd, 2020

Paul has been a resident of Lathrop with his family for over 19 years. He migrated to the United States from Nigeria over thirty years ago and had previously resided in the City of Oakland where his involvement as a Community Organizer for Affordable Housing helped to formulate his ideas of giving back to the community (He was a beneficiary of this Organization).

His commitment to giving back to the community encouraged him to enlist in the United States Army Reserve where he served and received an honorable discharge.

Since moving to San Joaquin County, Paul has been active in the Counties’ Political process on both Partisan and non-Partisan platforms and issues. His mission is to serve the community to the best of his ability. He is also an Appointed Pastor for the Redeemed Christian Church of God with Zonal Headquarters in the City of Lathrop.

Paul Akinjo holds a B.A. Degree in Industrial Arts and Technology from San Francisco State and an Associate Degree in Electronics Technology from Laney College Oakland. Paul also holds various levels of Computer and Networking Certification from Cisco and Microsoft corporations. He is currently employed as a Technical Support Analyst by the County of Alameda.

Paul also sits on various Boards and Commissions both Local, State and liaison with the entities from Multiple Departments at the Federal levels representing the City of Lathrop or the Central Valley as a whole.