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Latest updates from the campaign:

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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