Assemblywoman Alyson Huber, D-El Dorado Hills, who recently was re-elected to California’s 10th Assembly District, raised $1,296,575 during the campaign filing period that ended Oct. 27. Huber’s totals overshadowed her opponent, former Lodi mayor Jack Sieglock, who raised $130,675 during the same period.
The bulk of Huber’s donations came from Democratic committees, fellow candidates and unions, while Sieglock received contributions from developers, residents and local businesses. Although the candidates did not share much common ground in regards to their political opinions, they did share a donor. Pacific Coast Producers Political Action Committee donated to both Huber and Sieglock.
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