In closing hours of Elk Grove mayoral campaign Ly receives $10,000 injection; Singh-Allen gets last minute union, developer cash




As the hotly contested Elk Grove mayoral contest reaches the closing of voting later today, two of the three candidates, Steve Ly and Bobbie Singh-Allen, received substantial cash injections as the race approaches the finish line.


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Yesterday two-term Elk Grove Mayor Steve Ly received a $10,000 donation from Vacaville, Calif.-based Asian Americans for Good Government political action committee. The AAGG committee is chaired by C.C. Yen, who is the founder of the API (Asian Pacific Island) American Public Affairs Association.  (APAPA) and has actively promoted API candidates in the Sacramento region. 

On Sunday, Ly received a $5,000 donation from Randhir S. Nijjar, owner of Camp LogisticsInc. 

Singh-Allen yesterday received $6,000 in donations - $5,000 from real estate developer Kamilos Company and $1,000 from United Food and Commercial Workers Local 8. With their second contribution, the Kamilos Company has donated $10,000 to Singh-Allen in the late stages of her campaign. 

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