Conducted by San Francisco Controller Ed Harrington, the review found Haygood overrode her chief clerk’s recommendation for 2.3 million ballots and instead increased the order to 4.4 million.
Auditors said the excessive order cost city taxpayers an extra $900,000 in plastic-wrapped ballots, which remain in warehouses awaiting recycling.
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