Clark County resident Shelly Haggard has filed a complaint against Board of Education District 2 representative Minnie Spangler, alleging that local teachers broke state law by helping with her re-election campaign.
Spangler said Friday she didn't want to respond to the complaint.
Bryan Jones, division manager of investigations for the Office of Education Accountability, said he can't confirm or deny if he has received a complaint or if an investigation is under way.
Haggard is a member of local nonprofit group Clark County Citizens for Quality Education, which has expressed vocal disapproval of the district facilities plan approved by the Board of Education last year. Her husband, Scott Haggard, is listed on the Secretary of State's Web site as one of the group's three directors.
But Haggard emphasized that she filed the complaint on her own - not as an action of the group.
"The organization had nothing to do with what I did. I'm doing this as a private citizen who's just disgusted," she said. "No one else in the group is aware that I was going to do this."