Greg Lopez was on the 2018 Republican Primary ballot for Governor of Colorado. Greg and his wife Lisa have lived in Colorado for over 31 years. Greg grew up in Irving, Texas with four siblings. He is a 3rd generation Hispanic American. He is a disabled veteran, served in the US Air Force as a weapons specialist, programming and arming a wide range of ammunitions utilized by fighter aircraft. At the young age of 27, Greg was elected Mayor of Parker, Colorado. The Town of Parker is located in Douglas County which at the time had a minority population of less than 1%. Greg’s victory made him not only the youngest sitting Mayor in the State of Colorado but also one of only a handful of Hispanic Mayors elected in the state as well.

Greg and Lisa are the owners of two small businesses. Greg has been involved in the Colorado business community serving as the President/CEO of the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Rocky Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council and the Colorado Director of the United States Small Business Administration. Greg has launched successful communications programs for numerous corporate clients and is particularly adept at strategically positioning clients in both the business and political arenas. His political, business and community contacts are extensive and have proven to be invaluable to his success both as a businessman and community leader.

Greg and his wife of 31 years, Lisa, have lived in Colorado since 1988 and have two children, Michael, age 28, and Christina, age 25.