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Pat Hume.  Common sense. 

Uncommon leadership.

Sacramento County doesn’t need more divisive politics or ambitious politicians - we need leaders who can bring people together to restart our economy and help people get back to work. 

We need to take real action to make our neighborhoods safer from crime, reduce homelessness and the impact it has our communities, 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, as well as community and business leaders.

"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" 

 

News

Friday, October 8, 2021 2:29 PM

Election ’22: Hume speaks about economic recovery, homelessness

Elk Grove City Council Member Pat Hume during his Sept. 29 campaign fundraiser identified several of his top issues of concern in Sacramento County. They include homelessness and economic recovery.

Hume is among three candidates who will run for the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors’ District 5 seat in 2022. His campaign hosted an ice cream social to raise funds at the Lent Ranch in Elk Grove.


Sunday, October 3, 2021 1:00 AM

Elk Grove will launch a $4 million grant program to help small businesses hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Elk Grove will launch a $4 million grant program to help small businesses hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Final approval from city council members came Wednesday with the aid offered to targeted storefront businesses from restaurants, bars and coffee and tea shops to hair and nail salons to daycare centers and small home-based operations.

The 2021 COVID-19 Business Recovery Grant Program is slated to begin as early as October. Businesses in Elk Grove will be able to apply for the grants online at the city’s website, elkgrovecity.org, under Business and Employee Assistance.

Read more here: https://www.sacbee.com/community/elk-grove/article254146738.html#storylink=cpy


Wednesday, June 9, 2021 4:40 PM

City Councilman Pat Hume to run for Supervisor

For Immediate Release CONTACT: Tab Berg

June 9, 2021 916.492.2100 |  tberg@TABcommunications.com

City Councilman Pat Hume to run for Supervisor

ELK GROVE - Elk Grove Councilman Pat Hume announced that he has begun organizing his campaign for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors in District 5.  Current Supervisor Don Nottoli will be retiring after almost three decades on the Board of Supervisors.

“Supervisor Nottoli has earned tremendous respect for how well he has represented this district,” said Hume. “I’ve worked beside him for over a decade, serving on regional board dealing with transportation, infrastructure and water issues - so I know the the issues and the commitment it takes to make a difference.”

The Fifth District includes the cities of Elk Grove, Galt, Isleton and Rancho Cordova, and the rural farming communities in the southern portion of Sacramento County and the Delta.

“We’re facing the same issues as we were a year ago,” said Hume, “coupled with the need to reopen schools and businesses to get our economy back on track to recover from the year-long shutdown.” 

“We can’t focus only on the pandemic and push all the other critical issues facing our communities on to the back burner.  We need action now,” said Hume.

"Homelessness is an epidemic and past efforts have failed, so we need a new solutions - and we must recognize the negative impact homeless camps have on our families, businesses, and communities.  We are facing other crises as well - a housing shortage, road blocks on transportation projects, a drought, and a rising crime rates,” Hume said.

Pat Hume has already earned the respect of many of his colleagues locally and regionally, including the endorsements of the mayors of the two largest cities in the District - Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen and Rancho Cordova Mayor Garret Gatewood.

"I have been working alongside most of these leaders for a long time," Hume said. "They know they can trust me to be thoughtful, deliberate and transparent."

Hume’s nascent Finance Committee has been encouraging as well, cobbling together respected leaders such as Lux Taylor, Dave Lucchetti, Gerry Kamilos, Michelle Smira, Ardie Zahedani, and Katherine Bardis.

Hume’s longtime consultant Tab Berg, who has directed numerous campaigns in Sacramento County, Elk Grove and Rancho Cordova, will head up Hume’s campaign.  The campaign will be also be retaining long-time area consultant David Townsend on board to assist with messaging and outreach.

“I have a lot of faith in the team we are building,” said Hume. “We’re building to win, but also to focus on real issues and solutions that will make the county better, safer and more prosperous.”

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Wednesday, May 5, 2021 8:44 PM

Groundbreaking held for 34-mile Connector expressway

 

Elk Grove City Council Member Pat Hume, who also serves on the Connector Joint Powers Authority board, described how the Connector can benefit Elk Grove residents.

“You have people living down in Elk Grove that already use this as a corridor to get to other places in the region,” he said.

“And so, having it function better, function safer and be available. God forbid, but be available in the case of a natural disaster or an evacuation route or something like that to be able to handle the capacity of people who need to flee an area. So, there are all sorts of benefits.”

 
 
 
 


Tuesday, May 4, 2021 8:48 PM

Independence Day fest to return to Elk Grove this year

 

Council Member Pat Hume spoke in favor of holding the city’s annual 4th of July event.

“I think we’re at a point where we should put something on,” he said. “We need to start returning to a sense of normalcy, and people need to grow up and respect their own boundaries.

“If you want to come out and wear a mask, please do that. If you want to come out and not wear a mask, please respect the fact that some people may not appreciate that. If you want to stay home and do your own thing, because it’s too soon for you, I respect that completely.”

 


 
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