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For him, it started with his family.


Cupertino City Council candidate Jon Willey had more or less kept to himself when he moved into Cupertino with his wife 21 years ago. He was going to live out his life in his neighborhood of Rancho Rinocada, and he was fine with that.


All of that changed when he had kids and they started going to school.


When Willey’s wife Amor went to the local crowded elementary school to apply for their son Ethan, she received package 93 out of 96. Had she arrived 30 minutes later,  the family would have had to send their children to a school farther away.


“Wow, that was a wake up call,” Willey said. “That’s the start.”

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