FPPC complaint against Elk Grove mayor dismissed, critics undeterred in pursuit

A complaint filed with the California Fair Political Practices Commission against Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen has been dismissed.

The complaint was filed by the Elk Grove Hmong American group, and alleged the first-term mayor violated "multiple aspects of the Political Reform Act." Specifically, the complaint alleged the Singh-Allen campaign of inaccurate campaign finance reporting as required by law. 

The November 16 statement from the FPPC said, "after a review of the complaint and evidence provided, the Enforcement Department will not pursue an enforcement action in this matter."

"Once again, the FPPC has found the evidence show Marie Vue [of Elk Grove Hmong Americans] latest complaints against Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen have no foundation in fact."

Undeterred by the FPPC decision, the Elk Grove Hmong American group said, "The complaint has been escalated to the Attorney General for further investigation. Evidence submitted strongly supports that violations have occurred. Political corruption is not wanted in our community, and we will not sit back and accept it. No one is above the law." 

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