Elk Grove Mayor, Vice Mayor Hibernate on Fundraising

August 2, 2015 | During the first six months of 2015, Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis and Vice Mayor Pat Hume went into hibernation in their...


August 2, 2015 |

During the first six months of 2015, Elk Grove Mayor Gary Davis and Vice Mayor Pat Hume went into hibernation in their respective fundraising efforts.

According to financial disclosures filed with the Elk Grove City Clerk's office, for the period ending June 30, neither of the two current longest serving council member raised any cash donations. Both men were unopposed in their 2014 reelection efforts.

Of the two, Hume is carrying a larger cash balance at $37,721. Hume did not record any expenses during the period and has no outstanding loans.

Davis, who unlike other council members is elected to a two-year term as Mayor, ended the period with $19,956. During the period Davis recorded $2,104 in expenses.


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Robbing Peter to Pay Paul said...

Unlike their colleagues in a non-election year, you have to admire Hume and Davis for not seeking out what appears to be a bottomless pit of contributions from developers. Unlike their colleagues who seem to feed their insatiable egos with fundraisers, these two at least seem give it a rest every now and then. I would think the developers would not only notice, but appreciate, this gesture from the two senior councilmen.

But then again, neither Davis or Hume have personal loans to repay for illegal use of campaign contributions.

Anonymous said...

Unless they are ready to move on to greener political pastures and have no desire to solicit money for "The Grove".

Anonymous said...

Anon at 9:12:

You may be on to something here. Rumor is that both Davis and Hume will be running for Don Nottoli's County Board of Supervisor's seat if he decides to retire in 2018.

Now that would be a race to watch! Popcorn anyone?

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