Financial disclosures filed with the Elk Grove City Clerk showed Mayor Gary Davis raised over $118,000 in his successful bid to become Elk Grove's first directly elected mayor last year.
According to the California 460 financial disclosure, Davis raised $118,684 in 2012 for his mayoral campaign.
Davis' largest contributor in the filing period between Oct. 30 and Dec. 31 was Taylor Morrison of California who contributed $5,000 on Nov. 10, four days after Davis had secured his victory. In total Davis raised $10,000 on Saturday, Nov. 10.
Separately Taylor Morrison recently announced that it will be unveiling a new development this month in Elk Grove's Madeira community that will feature houses ranging in size from 2,426 to more than 3,600 square feet.
Davis also received $500 during that period from the Kammerer Ranch LLC on top of $1,000 contributed earlier in the year.
Davis campaigned promising to rectify Elk Grove's jobs to home imbalance which continues to be one of the worst in region. Davis said he will have a "laser focus" on bringing high-quality jobs and not more rooftops to the city.