Ly Raises $115k For Successful Elk Grove City Council Bid, Has Unpaid Debts

Elk Grove Council Member Steve Ly. If fundraising is any gauge of running a successful city council campaign in Elk Grove, newly ele...

Elk Grove Council Member
Steve Ly.
If fundraising is any gauge of running a successful city council campaign in Elk Grove, newly elected Council Member Steve Ly's 2014 fundraising has set the current standard.

According to campaign finance documents filed with the Elk Grove City Clerk's office, Ly was able to raise $115,951 in cash and $36,118 in non-monetary contributions last year for his successful bid for the city's District 4 council seat. For the final report of 2014 covering October 19 through the end of the year, Ly raised $27, 593 in cash and $2,558 in non-monetary contributions.

Among significant contributions listed on Ly's current report are the following:
  • ABR Investments (Christo Bardis, Principal), December 25, $2,500
  • Katherine Bardis, December 23, $2,500
  • John Reynen, December 23, $2,500
  • California Real Estate Political Action Committee, December 23, $5,000
  • Committee For Home Ownership of North State Building Industry Association, December 23, $5,000
  • Munir Khan, Owner Togo's, October 20, $1,000
  • International Brotherhood Electrical Workers, Local 340, October 31, $500
  • Operating Engineers Local 3, October 3, $500
  • Richland Management, December 23, $2,500
  • Willdan Engineering, December 23, $2,500
While Ly raised over $115,000 for his campaign, as of December 31, he had unpaid bills totaling $37,791. Among Ly's largest creditors are Capitol Campaigns and Ross Communications, both of whom are owed $10,000. 


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