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S.F. school officials barred from seeking campaign cash from subordinates

The San Francisco school board voted to bar board members and the superintendent from directly soliciting campaign donations from district employees, a policy aimed at preventing undue influence over subordinates. The unanimous decision Tuesday night came after The Chronicle reported that board member Sandra Lee Fewer had earlier this year solicited contributions from at least four district workers — including recently appointed interim Superintendent Myong Leigh — as she runs for city supervisor in District One in the November election.
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