Singh-Allen's 2024 Elk Grove mayoral reelection campaign funding approaches $200k






Unlike the four district Elk Grove City Council members, the Elk Grove mayor's term is only two years. Consequently, there is no break in that officeholder's pursuit of campaign cash.

This fact was evident in fundraising activities for second-term Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen. According to financial disclosures filed with the Elk Grove City Clerk, Ms. Singh-Allen raised $64,963 for the six months ending June 30, 2023.

With the new funds, Singh-Allen enters the second half of 2023 with $198,769. Singh-Allen's significant contributions included the following:
  • Allen Construction Expeditors - $2,500
  • Angelo K, Tsakopoulus and Affiliated Entities -  $5,500
  • Californians for a Growing Economy and Safe Streets - $1,000
  • Committee for Home Ownership, Northstate Building Association - $1,000
  • Dalla Dental Group, dba Ora Dentistry - $5,500
  • International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 340 - $5,500
  • Sotiris Kolokotronis, SKK Development - $2,000
  • Mary Liu, McDonald's franchisee - $1,000
  • Pharwala Enterprises, dba Mountain Mike's Pizza - $1,000
  • Sacramento Firefighters Local 522 - $5,500
  • Sacramento Building Trades Council - $1,000
  • Manraj Samra, Crown Dispatch - $5,500
  • Sartaj S. Sekhon - $1,000
  • Sheet Metal Workers Local 104 - $200
  • Sofia L. Tsakopoulus Investments -  $5,500
  • Steinberg for Sacramento Mayor - $1,000
  • United Association of Journeymen & Apprentices, Local 447 - $5,500
  • United Food and Commerical Workers - $2,000
  • Michael Vargas, EGUSD Trustee - $100
  • Yosemite Petroleum - $4,000
As of this posting, no candidate has formally announced a challenge to Singh-Allen for 2024. 

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