Hume has raised over $550,000 for his District 5 Sacramento County Board of Supervisor District 5 campaign

Republican Sacramento County Board of Supervisor candidate Pat Hume received a large
donation from Democratic Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen. | 

With just over a month until voting closes in the November 2022 general election, Sacramento County Board of Supervisor District 5 candidate Pat Hume continues amassing a substantial campaign fund.

According to his California Form 460 report, for the July 1 through September 24 reporting period, Hume raised S253,924. Since September 24, Hume received an additional $10,700 in contributions, bringing his year-to-date total to $557,817.  

Republican Hume is facing Democrat Jaclyn Moreno for the seat that will have been occupied for 28 years by outgoing Supervisor Don Nottoli. 

Among Hume's noteworthy donations during the reporting period were $1,300 from Democratic Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen and $1,200 from Elk Grove City Councilmember Kevin Spease. Hume also received $2,600 from Martin Brothers Construction, owned by Democratic Elk Grove City Council District 2 candidate Felip Martin. 

Some of Hume's interesting expenses were $18,260 from Washington D.C.-based Cygnal, a Republican polling service. In addition, Hume paid $1,316 for robocalls through his political consultant, Tab Berg of TAB Communications, and $2,412 to Numinar for text programs. 

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