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Tuesday, June 7, 2022 9:12 PM

Get out the Vote!


Wednesday, June 1, 2022 8:40 PM

Pat Hume drops by KFBK


Monday, May 30, 2022 2:27 PM

Memorial Day ceremony honors those killed in service of their country

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.


Sunday, May 22, 2022 12:32 AM

Pat Hume encouraging young people to vote!


Saturday, May 21, 2022 12:02 AM

New voters will join Pat Hume to cast first ballot ever!

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.
ELK GROVE — On Saturday, May 2, Elk Grove City Councilman & candidate for County Supervisor will help voters cast ballots at a host a “Get Out and Vote (early) rally to urge voters to utilize local vote centers and drop boxes throughout the County.  
 
Joining Pat to “Get Out and Vote(early)” will be these young Americans who will be voting for the first time!
  • 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  
 
Voters will gather in the parking lot of the Franklin Community Library, then parade to the drop box to cast their ballots. 
 
What: Get Out and Vote(early) for First Time Voters! 
When:  Saturday, May 21 @ 4:15 pm
Where: Franklin Community Library, 10055 Franklin High Road, Elk Grove. 
Meet on the West Side of parking lot (100 yards away from voting site.)
More InfoVoteWithPat
 
Voters can locate the Vote Center or drop box closest to them by going to PatHume.com/vote.
 
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Pat Hume was elected to the Elk Grove City Council in 2006, and overwhelmingly re-elected three times, most recently in 2018 when he earned nearly 60% of the vote.  District 5 includes the cities of Elk Grove, Galt, Isleton, and Rancho Cordova, and the unincorporated communities of Rosemont, Wilton, and the Delta. 


Thursday, May 19, 2022 1:31 PM

"Hotdog Tour" brings politics to the community.


Wednesday, May 18, 2022 9:24 AM

Honored to earn the support of County Supervisor Rich Desmond!

"Pat Hume has earned my respect - and my strongest support!

Pat has demonstrated his commitment to communities in the district and built a coalition of leaders and elected officials all over the region and across party lines.  He has shown the kind of  leadership that puts solutions ahead of partisanship.  We have some tough issues to tackle in Sacramento County - from homelessness and crime to transportation and creating more opportunity for all our residents.  To make real progress, we need Pat Hume on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors!"

-Rich Desmond, Sacramento County Supervisor, District 3



Friday, May 13, 2022 5:34 PM

NEW ENDORSEMENT: Laborers Local 185




Wednesday, May 4, 2022 12:09 AM

Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce supports Pat Hume for Supervisor!


Thursday, March 31, 2022 4:12 PM

Prosecutors & Public Defenders Agree - Pat Hume is the best choice for Supervisor.



Sunday, March 27, 2022 4:42 PM

Farm Bureau announces support of Pat Hume for Supervisor!



Sunday, March 13, 2022 7:08 PM

Hundreds gather to help Pat Hume launch his campaign for County Supervisor

 

Leaders came from throughout District 5 - and beyond - gathered to show their support and help launch Pat Hume's campaign for County Supervisor!

 

 


Thursday, March 10, 2022 3:43 PM

Hume leads task force to take on homelessness

Elk Grove City Council Member Pat Hume on Feb. 23 called upon his colleagues to address Elk Grove’s homeless issue after he announced that last month’s homicide near an Elk Grove bus stop was committed by a homeless suspect.

The City Council member also mentioned other recent violent crimes that were also allegedly committed by homeless suspects, including the rape and murder of a woman along the American River Parkway in Rancho Cordova.

“These things are unacceptable to me,” Hume said during the City Council meeting. “We have lost control of our civilized society, and we’re shrugging our shoulders because of decisions being made by courts and legislators to not act. And it’s time that ends.”


Wednesday, March 9, 2022 1:55 PM

Hume Hosts Galt Meet and Greet

Elk Grove City Council Member Pat Hume on March 5 held a meet-and-greet and canvassing event in Galt, looking to learn about the issues that motivate Galt residents and spread the word about his candidacy for the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors District 5 seat. 

Encompassing more than 650 square miles, District 5 includes Galt, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta communities. Hume said he wanted to become familiar with each of the district’s different areas.

“I’m just down here to get to know some of the folks in Galt a little bit better,” Hume told the Herald during the meet-and-greet, which took place at the Coffee Shop Bakery. Hume and his campaign team planned to canvass neighborhoods on the east and west sides of the city.

The members of the Galt City Council turned out in support.

“It’s great to be out here and have the support of the council members, and I’m just trying to get into all corners of the district to learn the different issues that hopefully I’ll be looking to attack and solve as the next supervisor.”


Wednesday, February 23, 2022 4:24 PM

The people you trust to protect your family, support Pat Hume!


Wednesday, February 23, 2022 4:21 PM

Councilman Darren Suen endorses Pat Hume for Supervisor.


Thursday, February 17, 2022 11:18 AM

Hume Takes An Early Lead In Race for Supervisor

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

As Hume organizes his campaign, he already has received the support from some of his local and regional colleagues, including Elk Grove Mayor Bobbie Singh-Allen and Rancho Cordova Mayor Garret Gatewood.

Hume explained his decision to run for the District 5 seat.

“Originally, I had told people that I didn’t want to run, that I was going to hang up my political spurs, and part of the reason was because of the sort of vitriol in the political environment these days,” he said. “Then I realized that didn’t really sit well with my values, and so I found myself being unhappy that I was avoiding something that might not be fun to do.


Wednesday, January 26, 2022 6:54 PM

SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN CHAMBER PAC ENDORSES PAT HUME FOR SUPERVISOR.

 

SACRAMENTO — Today the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber Political Action Committee (Metro-PAC) endorsed Pat Hume for the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors in District 5.

“Pat Hume is a proven regional leader through his work to drive economic development and create coalitions across geographic and political lines to tackle real issues,” said Metro-PAC Board Chair Chelsea Minor. “Pat has been a champion for the business community, especially our small businesses. It is because of Pat’s understanding on the important role public policy plays in creating jobs and driving inclusive economic prosperity that the Metro-PAC has endorsed him for Sacramento County Supervisor.”

“One of my top priorities is to take real action to get our economy back on track,” said Hume. “Metro-PAC is on the front lines fighting for opportunity, prosperity, and more jobs. I’m honored to have earned their support.”

The Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber Political Action Committee is joined by other area business groups including Region Business, Sacramento Association of Realtors, California Apartment Association, and the Builders Exchange in supporting Pat Hume.

Hume has already been endorsed by the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’, Sacramento County Probation Association, State Coalition of Probation Organizations, as well as the Elk Grove and Sacramento Police Officers Associations.

Pat Hume was elected to the Elk Grove City Council in 2006, and overwhelmingly re-elected three times, most recently in 2018 when he earned nearly 60% of the vote. District 5 includes the cities of Elk Grove, Galt and Isleton, and Rancho Cordova; along with the unincorporated communities of Rosemont, Wilton, and the Delta.

 
 
 
 


Tuesday, January 11, 2022 7:36 PM

Sacramento Deputy Sheriffs’ Endorse Pat Hume for Sacramento County Supervisor.

 

Sacramento Deputy Sheriffs’ Endorse Pat Hume for Sacramento County Supervisor.

ELK GROVE — Today the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association (SCDSA) announced it was endorsing Elk Grove City Councilmember Pat Hume for the open District 5 seat on the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors.  Current Supervisor Don Notolli, who was endorsed by SCDSA in past elections, has announced his retirement.

“Keeping people safe from crime has always been a top priority,” said City Councilman Hume, “that is why I am so deeply honored to have earned the support of the men and women of the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, who are on the front lines protecting our families safe.”

“There could not be a clearer choice for Supervisor,” said Sacramento County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association President Sergeant Nathan Seger. “Only one candidate has shown the commitment to keeping our streets safe and standing up for victims - that is why we are supporting Pat Hume.”

“My goal is to ensure there are fewer victims,” said Hume, “that means crime prevention and getting habitual criminals off our streets.  I will work with the Sheriff’s Office, District Attorney Office and our law enforcement agencies to ensure we are doing everything possible to make our neighborhoods safer.”

Pat Hume was elected to the Elk Grove City Council in 2006, and overwhelmingly re-elected three (3) times, most recently in 2018 when he earned nearly 60% of the vote.  District 5 includes the cities of Elk Grove, Galt and Isleton, and Rancho Cordova, and the unincorporated communities of Rosemont, Wilton, and the Delta. 

 
 


Monday, January 10, 2022 12:30 PM

Sacramento County Probation Officers Endorse Pat Hume for Supervisor!

PROBATION OFFICERS ENDORSE PAT HUME FOR SUPERVISOR.

ELK GROVE — Today the Sacramento County Probation Association endorsed Pat Hume for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors in District 5. Current Supervisor Don Notolli is not running for re-election.

“Pat Hume has a long and consistent record of standing up for crime victims and ensuring public safety officers have the resources to do a difficult job,” said Greg Stuber, President of Sacramento County Probation.  “He’s earned our support.”

“It is an honor earn the endorsement of the Sacramento County Probation Association,” said Hume. “Probation officers are the unsung heroes of our public safety system. They are the ones getting repeat offenders and illegal guns off our streets.”

Hume has also been endorsed by the State Coalition of Probation Organizations.

Pat Hume was elected to the Elk Grove City Council in 2006, and overwhelmingly re-elected three times, most recently in 2018 when he earned nearly 60% of the vote.  District 5 includes the cities of Elk Grove, Galt and Isleton, and Rancho Cordova, and the unincorporated communities of Rosemont, Wilton, and the Delta. 


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.”

 


Monday, February 1, 2021 8:54 PM

City Council approves building purchase for EG Library’s future home

 

City Council Member Pat Hume referred to the library’s deficiencies and the efforts that occurred to build the current Elk Grove Library more than a decade ago.

“I think (that project) was rushed through for political reasons,” he said. “But anyway, it’s at least been made do to work for as long as it has. However, it has so many issues with both the usability of it, but as well as the parking surrounding it.

“While (the new library site) is not the fix-all panacea, it is definitely a potential for a better, more reusable environment for this branch of the library.”

 

Hume added that the city is still interested in adding a library, with a performing arts center, to District56.

“We would like to make that happen, but obviously that’s a much bigger bite to take than this, which I think is kind of a stop-gap measure to provide better services in East Elk Grove,” he said.

 
 


Monday, August 13, 2018 6:32 PM

Elk Grove City Councilman Pat Hume to seek final term.

“We have come a long way since I was elected 12 years ago! When I came on to the council, Elk Grove was ranked 15th out of 15 as a place to do business in the region. Several years later, we were awarded recognition as being the best. We came through the Great Recession with money still in the bank and I try always to be mindful of being a good fiscal steward.

Most importantly, Elk Grove is finally maturing into a city and building a civic amenity infrastructure.

We have an Aquatics Center that will be open later this summer, a Community/Senior/Veteran’s Hall that is under construction and an Animal Shelter that just broke ground. Seeing these through to fruition as well as seeing construction begin on the Kammerer Road extension to Interstate 5 would really punctuate a sense of accomplishment after (what will hopefully be) 22 years of public service to the residents of Elk Grove.”


Thursday, June 21, 2018 12:00 AM

Pat Hume kicks off 2018 re-election campaign

Earlier this evening Elk Grove City Council member Pat Hume kicked off his 4th and according to him, final race for city council.

Hume who was elected in 2006 is seeking to become the longest serving City Council member in the young history of the city of Elk Grove. Jim Cooper, who was one of the original 5 elected in 2000, served for 14 years before leaving to serve in the California State Assembly in 2014.

Hume is running in City Council District 2.


Monday, January 19, 2015 12:00 AM

Elk Grove to name street signs to honor veterans


ELK GROVE, Calif. (KCRA) — The city of Elk Grove is set to vote on a new ordinance that will change the way some street signs are named.

An American flag can be seen on an otherwise normal-looking street sign in Elk Grove.

Elk Grove city council considers new street naming program
That flag was put there to honor veteran Col. Harlan B. Hume, whose family built the neighborhood.

Harlan Hume's son, Pat Hume, is now a city councilmember and wants to see more signs named after veterans, firefighters and law enforcement officers.


 
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