Greg and Lisa Lopez



Greg Lopez’s life is the tale of a hard-working American family of Mexican descent that pursued the American Dream. I come from humble beginnings, my father had a six-grade education and never truly learned how to read and write, my mother has a tenth-grade education.  Greg joined the US Air Force at the age of 17 where he served for 4 years (1983-1987). During his military service, he met Lisa Garcia, and upon completion of his military term in 1987, they were married in 1988 and moved to Colorado. Currently, Greg and Lisa Lopez live in Elizabeth, Colorado. They have two grown and married children.

Greg and Lisa have been married for 33 years. When you see both of them together, you get the sense they are an unstoppable team. No one can deny strong values lead to healthier, more prosperous families. As parents, they believe it is the responsibility of the father and mother to teach the children strong moral values. Greg comes from a humble background and understands how families struggle. Greg believes parents make the best decisions for their children.


It’s time to change the narrative of who we are and whom we fight for. It is time for a new face, a new voice one that speaks from the heart about our life-empowering values.

Our path to victory is simple, we must attract 18% more Hispanics and Unaffiliated voters to win in the 2022 General Election. As a party, we must select the candidate best suited to attract Hispanics and Unaffiliated voters.

The values of the Hispanic community are conservative, I know how to communicate, engage with and win the Hispanic vote.

I am one of them.

Unaffiliated voters want a strong leader, one that can solve problems with compassion and empathy. Someone who truly cares about people.


  • Elected Mayor / City Manager of Parker, CO at age 27.

  • Former Colorado Director of U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

  • Former President of the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

  • A veteran of the United States Air Force.

  • Small Business Owner.


Greg has held numerous executive-level positions throughout his professional career. 

After Greg’s military service, he became a financial adviser helping people save for their future to achieve their goals. 

At age 27, he ran a highly competitive race and was voted the Mayor/Town Administrator of the Town of Parker (1992-1996), the fastest growing city in Douglas County, Colorado at the time.

His accomplishments include managing town employees, police protection services, and governance with the Council. He led economic development efforts growing Parker, Colorado to its current thriving economy. His greatest challenge as mayor was balancing city growth while considering the interests of the people, developers, and property rights. He managed population influx and provided smooth integration of infrastructure.

Following his term as mayor of Parker, he became the first Director of the ACE Scholarship Foundation, a non-profit organization that awards scholarships for students of low-income families to attend the school of their choice.

He later served as the President and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, President/CEO of the Rocky Mountain Minority Supplier Development Council, and Director of the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) from 2008-2014. He has served on numerous boards including Secretary and Treasurer of the E470 Highway Authority. During his six-year tenure as Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Colorado Office, he traveled the state and was the face and voice of small businesses. He is known by many for setting SBA records by funding upwards of $600 million in loans to Colorado small businesses in 2013.

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