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Political Notebook: Bi councilman Coleman enters Assembly race

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A year after winning a seat on the South San Francisco City Council, James Coleman is now setting his electoral sights on serving in the state Legislature.

He is one of at least three bisexual people seeking seats in the California Assembly in 2022. Coleman is running for the open 22nd Assembly District seat on the Peninsula being vacated by Assemblymember Kevin Mullin (D-South San Francisco), who is running for an open House seat next year.

At age 22, Coleman is the youngest person serving on his hometown's city council and its first out LGBTQ member. He is biracial, as his late father was white and his mother is Asian.

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