A local district attorney raided offices at the City College of San Francisco Wednesday seeking evidence that college officials illegally spent public funds on donations to campaigns on behalf of bond measures that helped the college, The San Francisco Chronicle reported. The search warrants show that the investigators are looking closely at the actions of Philip Day, who was chancellor of the college at the time of the alleged donations and who is now part of the Washington higher education lobbying world as president of National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Day and the college have denied wrongdoing.
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