CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — A Jefferson County Schools bus driver placed on leave after taking a bus trip to DC  January 6th of last year has filed to run for office.

Tina Renner tells The Gateway Pundit she is running for Jefferson County Circuit Clerk.

Renner says she and another driver were suspended from their jobs as Jefferson County School Superintendent Bondy Shay Gibson-Learn launched an investigation into their attendance at the rally.

Renner said that they were banned from school property and faced disciplinary action during the investigation.

A Jefferson County Schools spokesperson is clarifying what he says the school system’s response was regarding two school bus drivers who attended a rally January 6th of last year.

The school system spokesperson said employees were not threatened for their beliefs and an investigation revealed neither of the two women referenced in a Gateway Pundit article were found to have committed any crimes.

Their attorney says neither of the women went into the Capitol, but watched President Trump’s speech on a large television at the event.

The women’s lawsuit against the superintendent was reportedly settled out of court.

In January, Renner filed to run for office in Jefferson County.

Renner promised to work with the Jefferson County Commission “to remove all mandates and restrictions enacted in response to COVID-19.”