Flexing their muscle, Sac Deputy Sheriffs make contributions and buy ads for area candidates

The Sacramento Deputy Sheriffs are flexing their muscle in the 2022 primary elections by supporting several Sacramento area candidates. 

According to information posted with Sacramento County, the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs Association Independent Expenditure Committee has donated to the following candidates:
  • Josh Pane (D), 6th District California Assembly - $9,800
  • Joshua Hoover (R), 7th District California Assembly - $9,800 
  • Stephanie Nguyen (D), 10 District California Assembly - $9,800
  • Pat Hume (R), 5th District Sacramento County Board of Supervisors - $2,700
Additionally, they have purchased print advertisements supporting Hume, Sacramento County District Attorney candidate Thien Ho, and Sacramento County Sheriff candidate Jim Barnes each valued at $1,318. Billboard advertising was purchased for $5,218. 

Hoover is one of four Republican challengers to Democratic incumbent Ken Cooley and Pane is one of four challengers, one Libertarian and two Republicans to Democratic incumbent Kevin McCarty. 

According to their California Form 460, as of April 23, the sheriff's association has spent $178,625 this calendar year and has $166,089 on hand.   

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