Turkish real estate executives opened their pocketbooks to help elect Eric Adams as mayor of New York City two years ago. Now, another group of Turkish business people are helping to reelect him.

An extensive POLITICO investigation of campaign finance records uncovered several current and past Adams donors who have strong ties to KSK Construction, a Brooklyn-based general contractor whose offices were raided by the FBI last month amid an ongoing investigation into the mayor’s past campaign. The bureau is examining the campaign’s potential collusion with the Turkish government, according to a search warrant reported on by the New York Times.