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A leading developer again is putting big campaign contributions into an El Dorado County election. Parker Development recently formed a new political action committee, put in most of the money backing El Dorado Irrigation District candidates Dale Coco and Richard Englefield, and then disingenuously called themselves a “Farmers and Business” consortium. When a single special interest contributor dwarfs the campaign contributions by threefold of others running and hides behind a contrived name, something stinks.
El Dorado Hills