Community leaders, local officials, and organizations support Pat Hume because he doesn't play political games - he focuses on solving real local problems.
Sacramento County doesn’t need more divisive politics or ambitious politicians. We need leaders like Pat Hume who focuses on local issues and has the experience and relationships to bring people together to forge a new path to reduce homelessness and the impact it has our communities.
Pat has shown the courage needed to stand up for victims and take real action to keep our neighborhoods safe from crime.
As a businessman, Pat Hume will stand up for taxpayers and work to restart our economy so that it works for everyone - and gets people back to work.
Pat is a leader who will work on sensible solutions to eliminate costly traffic jams and ensure quality housing is available (and affordable) for our families.
Pat Hume has earned a reputation for forging coalitions to accomplish big things - like building a Community/Senior/ Veteran’s Center, a new Aquatics Center, a humane Animal Shelter, and spearheading the Southeast Connector built to reduce traffic.
That's the "can-do" ability Sacramento County needs.
Pat's record of accomplishment has earned him the support of local Mayors, City Council members, school board members, law enforcement, and hundreds of community and business leaders.
That's the kind of leadership Sacramento County deserves.
"I'm honored that so many leaders have already offered their support - but more importantly, I want to earn your support and your vote. If you have any questions, call me @ (916) 835-5064 or email Pat@PatHume.com"
Get out the Vote!
Pat Hume drops by KFBK
Elk Grove City Council Member Pat Hume recalled coming to terms with the death of his father, Harlan Baker Hume, who served in Vietnam but died in a “freak accident” during peacetime.
Pat Hume encouraging young people to vote!
New voters will join Pat Hume to cast first ballot ever!
Hume Hosts “Get Out & Vote (early)” Rally to Encourage Voters to use Vote Centers.
- Brasean “Brady” Clements, a senior at El Camino High School
- Mia Nagy, who just turned 19.
- Carolina Ingenito , who just graduated from St. Francis High School