GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) District 51's investigation of alleged campaigning in a Grand Junction High School classroom is still underway.
School district officials say on October 28th, three classes of freshman students at the school got together during an advisory meeting to watch a Kids Voting Mesa County candidate video.
Once it was over, a school staff-member allegedly discredited several of the candidates.
Officials say they've talked to both staff and students as they've looked into the incident.
The investigation is running into several dead ends, finding a difference in opinion about what happened and what was said at the meeting.
School district officials say neither students nor staff involved in the alleged incident have come forward.
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